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28/01/2014 at 21:12
28/01/2014 at 21:13
Sorry for the lack of paragraphs - they were there when I typed it!
29/01/2014 at 09:04
6 week 6 pack helped with mine although I need to lose more weight to really see the benefit. Lots of plank moves and sit ups could help. I reckon try it (abs allowing) for a couple of months and see what difference it makes overall.
29/01/2014 at 11:32
Ooooh ok thank you. Is it a dvd?
29/01/2014 at 11:56
I ont know the answer but im exactly the same. i put on five stone with my 1st pregnancy due to polyhydraminos, so i think the skin has been overstretched beyond repair. Im back at my pre baby weight now but theres no improvement, although i do still need to lose more weight at i was a bit overweight in the first place. If i can get to ideal weight il seriously consider a tummy tuck, but i need to decide if i want one more baby first.
29/01/2014 at 12:59
Yes its Jillian Michaels DVD. I bet if you google it you can find a copy on You Tube see if you fancy it before buying it.
29/01/2014 at 13:56
I really toned up by doing the 30ds and walking LOTS! My tummy is still saggy when I bend forward but when I stand straight it doesn't look loose.
29/01/2014 at 14:00
Fab thanks ladies x
29/01/2014 at 16:29
Yoyo asked about sit ups a couple of days ago and I mentioned Pilates. You need to make sure you are doing the exercises correctly to get the benefits, I can't remember the exact terminology but I was told crunches etc on their own would be no good unless you were working on the muscles quite low down, they were described as the cough muscles, so if you are laying down and cough these are the muscles you can feel quite low down, all connected with the pelvic floor, particularly after having a baby. Are there any Pilates classes near you?
29/01/2014 at 16:32
30 day shred and planking. I've not done the planking myself but a lot of my friends are raving about it.
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