Some pregnancy ab exercises are not only safe to perform during your 2nd and 3rd trimester but are also super beneficial during labor and deliver and of course helping you to bounce back during postpartum recovery. First make sure you located your deep abdominal muscles ~ Transverse Abdominis “TA” muscles ~ by practicing belly breathing. As you inhale and exhale you can engage, hold and release these deep abdominal muscles.
Post Baby Body with Bellefit after C-section or Natural Birth. "The Bellefit Corset" gives you Medical-Grade Compression during your Post Pregnancy recovery after natural or C-section childbirth. To protect and accommodate your incision scar, the Bellefit Corset has hook-and-eye closures in the front. The Corsets are adjustable and have two rows of hook and eye closures that can be adjusted so as time goes by, you can tighten your girdle when additional compression is needed.
The Miles Circuit: This circuit is useful to help get the baby lined up, ideally, in the "Left Occiput Anterior" (LOA) Position, both before labor and during labor. Prenatally, this position set can help to rotate a baby. As a natural method of induction, this can help get things going if baby just needed a gentle nudge of position to set things off. In labor, if labor seems to be not progressing. mom has back labor, or the postion is determined to be not LOA.
Recover Your Post Baby Body with Bellefit after C-section or Natural Birth. Women who wear Bellefit after giving birth say that Bellefit helps them feel "together, aligned and well-supported." The Bellefit Corset gives you Medical-Grade Compression during Post Pregnancy recovery after natural or C-section childbirth. The Bellefit Corset has 2 rows of hook-and-eye closures in the front that can be adjusted so you can tighten your girdle when additional compression is needed.