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    Crunches are not enough: These six moves target your deep abdominal muscles

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    Forget crunches - this is the kind of workout that makes a killer core... crazy!

    After baby (even if baby is now 4 years old). This workout will tap into the deep abdominal muscles that will pull in your waistline like a corset. Do these moves one after another with no rest in between. Then repeat once..

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    The Only Move You Need to Tone Your Entire Body

    This technique is very effective and commonly used in yoga. It will help strengthen your abdominal muscles and trim your waist line in 3-4 weeks. And the more you perform it, the better results it will give. You will need to do at least 5 repetitions. It might seem a little difficult at first, but …

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    After baby--flat abs and destroying love handles? ok! The core strengthening workout Pin later

    crunch-free ab exercises

    Just crunches won't flatten your belly....gotta work out the whole core. This has 4 exercises that take 15 mins total.

    3 sets of wall holds for as long as you can this works out what most women call "the pouch" or your lower abdominal...

    Abdominal binding and splinting postpartum has been practiced around the world for hundreds of years. Support your back, encourage your abdominal muscles to "weave" back together and stay lifted as you carry, wear and care for your new little one. This abdominal binder is especially beneficial if you are experiencing diastasis recti or pelvic floor issues.

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