Methods of Training the Buttocks after Birth with the Baby for Mothers
Postpartum is a time of crisis for mothers because of physical changes. Here is a simple postpartum butt exercise that postpartum mothers should regularly exercise to get in shape.
Postnatal exercise will be fun, improving sleep for you and your baby if you and your baby try some ballet-inspired ballet and squats for your legs and buttocks. Especially with these Squats will help postpartum mother improve buttock, thigh muscles and firmer.
Postpartum exercise: ballet and butt training with your baby
Stand with your baby in front of your chest and hold your baby against your chest. Put your heels together, your toes are V-shaped. Slowly bend your knees and buttocks slowly down to look like ballet, keeping it like that for a beat. Squeeze your butt and inner thigh to push your body straight up and stand still, doing 15 to 20 beats
Exercise with your baby after birth: Squat moves with your baby to help practice thighs after birth
Hold your baby against your chest, keeping your feet apart, shoulder-to-shoulder. Slowly bend your knees and push your butt as if you were sitting in a chair, holding it for 1 beat. Then squeeze the buttock muscles, press the heel and return to the original position. Do 15 to 20 more continuous beats like that.
Postpartum postnatal exercise with your baby: pre and post thigh exercises to help tone your buttocks after birth
Keep your legs apart for a short distance, hold your baby against your breast, turn your face out. Step forward with your right foot and lower your body, bending your knees about 90 teams. Your rear knee should be about 5 to 8 inches from the floor. Push right foot back to the starting position. Take a big step back with your right foot a sufficient distance to be able to perform the action on the left foot again. Perform about 10 beats then switch legs.
Practicing firm buttocks after birth with your baby with the “bridge baby” movement
This is called “baby bridge” because you will make a bridge for your baby to play. Surely your baby will also enjoy exercising like this. Lie on your back with your knees bent and keep the soles of the whole foot in contact with the floor. Place baby on your hip, hold baby with both hands. Especially as you can practice with your baby, this exercise with this baby is very easy and effective. Try to make it a habit of once a day and three days per week, with 2 intervals at each interval of about 1 minute between each interval
Push the collarbone off the floor, and raise the hips as high as you can. Hold it there for a beat, then squeeze your hip muscles. Lower to the starting position, your spine and back close to the floor. Do 15 to 20 beats. With the exercises and exercise with your baby on will help you recover buttocks and thigh muscles effectively. You will soon get in shape before giving birth. The exercise also helps your baby relax with you.