laying on your back, hands behind head, ankles together, legs strait, lift up to the ceiling while doing a crunch, and repeat, I had 2 c-sections
I haven't had c-sections but here is a bump for you.
I'm honestly not sure. Good luck though!
2 c-sections here; I do regular sit ups and bridge, along with a few others
Eating clean is your #1 factor.
Next, strength training, and NOT just your core/abs. You'll want to work your whole body if you really want to see results. This link has some great core exercises, and if you click on the links on the page, you can see upper and lower body ideas as well.
"Don't sacrifice what you want most for what you want right now."
Once you are past 6 weeks, you can begin postpartum ab rehab exercises.
Don't (!) do any traditional exercises like crunches, which can prevent the mid line from closing, strain internal stitches, and prevent your belly from re-flattening.
Instead, the abdominal wall should be rehabbed from the inside, out. This means starting with core stability exercises that strengthen the Transverse Abdomininis, or TvA, then progressing to specialized pp exercises which train the TvA to function properly as a stabilizer.
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