5 Exercises You Can Do (At Home!) With Your Baby


If you are a young mother who has recently had a baby, you might be finding it extremely hard to continue with your weight loss and exercise regimens. The good news is that you can take care and give attention to your baby while exercising and improving your health at the same time.

Perform the following exercises that you can do at home along with your baby.

#1. Multitasking Exercise Moves:

Lay down on your left side and position your upper body so that your left forearm supports it. Place your elbow beneath your shoulder. With your left leg on the ground, your right leg supported on it and your right arm straight above your hip, hold this position for a minute or two. Then repeat this process with the sides reversed.

#2. Upper-Body Shaper (Power Push-Ups):

In this easy exercise, put your palms on a wall in front of you at the level of your chest. Then take a step back around 2 feet from the wall. Then, gently lean in, towards the wall, twisting your elbows and counting down to 5 breaths. Then return to the starting position and repeat the whole process three times per day, with 10 sets per session.

#3. Upper-Body Shaper (Triceps Tightener):

Bend your knees and sit down on the floor, put hands behind your hips. Now with your fingers faced forward, arms being straight lift your back a few inches above the ground. While inhaling, push shoulders back and bend elbows which will lower your upper body towards the floor making a reverse push up move. Breathe out as you move back into position. Perform two sets of 10.

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#4. Core Move (Tummy Time):

Lying on your stomach with your child before you, lay arms on either side  in a plane position and keep legs just about more wider than hip-width with toes brought up. At that point all the while lift your arms, legs and mid-section up off the ground, keeping arms and legs as straight as could be expected under the circumstances without locking elbows or knees. Hold for 10 seconds (sing to your child in the event that you need). Gradually come back to begin. Go for 10 reiterations.

#5. Core Move (Alphabet Abs):

Lying level on your back with your kid alongside you put your arms at your sides and put your legs straight up towards the roof, feet together. At that point draw every letter of the letters in order with your toes while saying the letter to your infant. Keep the moves ease back and make certain to keep your navel pulled in toward the floor. Intend to do one arrangement of the whole letters in order.


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