If postnatal, do you have or suspect you have abdominal separation (diastasis recti)?
If postnatal, did you give birth through a Cesarean Section?
Did you (or do you have) Pelvic girdle pain through pregnancy?
If postnatal have you been assessed by a Women's Health Physiotherapist?
If you answered yes to any of the questions above it would be my recommendation before you undertake any exercises regime that they have a postnatal assesment performed by a womens health physiotherapist - prefferrably a Mummy MOT practioner - unless you have already had one and are clear to commence exercise.
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