Diastasis Recti: Self Check and Exercise Guide

Diastasis Recti (DR) seems to be the “dark cloud” hanging over pregnant women and postpartum mums. However, did you know that DR is a normal condition in pregnancy? Studies show that at 35 weeks, every mum to be has an ab separation. Diastasis Recti is a separation of the rectus abdominis (the six-pack muscles). This separation can happen during pregnancy and postpartum.

Research has shown that at least 45% of postpartum mums have an abdominal separation. Most women don’t know that it’s there until they experience a weak core, a belly they don’t like and low back pain.

In this FREE guide, I show you how to self check Diastasis Recti and provide you with a few exercises you can do that will help heal the gap.

These exercises are tailored to target and strengthen the deep core muscles, promoting the restoration of abdominal integrity.

While these exercises can be beneficial, it’s important to note that a structured programme is often necessary for complete healing of diastasis recti.

By combining targeted exercises with a structured programme, you can effectively address diastasis recti, improve core strength, and enhance your overall well-being during and after pregnancy.