Its always hard to lose postpartum belly especially when having to to take care of the little one and yourself at the same time.
Here are some of the healthy and easy on the bed stomach exercises you can do when you wake up in the morning or after putting the baby to sleep at night.
Benefits of these exercises are that once you get started with them is that the more they become easier and part of your life style. Getting started is the hard part but once you tell yourself you can do it you won't remember how hard it was but you will ask yourslef why you didn't start sooner.
Full Body Crunch
Wide Leg Cross Sit ups
Single Leg Pulses
Always drink warm water with lemon first thing when you wake up every morning. It helps reduce joints and muscle pain.
You can also add other exercises to this ones if you are up to it.
At the end of the day it's all in the mind. Your attitude is what will get you through to doing these exercises.
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