Birth, Babies & Boob Business by Milk Diva

Episode 6: Recovering from a C-section and Lose the Belly Fat Without Doing Sit-ups!

January 06, 2022 Naiomi S. Catron RNC-OB, IBCLC Season 1 Episode 6
Birth, Babies & Boob Business by Milk Diva
Episode 6: Recovering from a C-section and Lose the Belly Fat Without Doing Sit-ups!
Show Notes Chapter Markers

In this episode, we talk about cesarean section birth recovery, specifically how to get back in shape and regain core strength with our special guest, Rachel Pratt,  who is a certified health coach, and personal trainer.

Rachel Pratt is a mom of two girls (4 and 6), married 11 years to her Air Force husband, and currently stationed near Charleston, SC. She loves helping moms increase their energy and thrive in a healthy sustainable lifestyle.

She is particularly passionate about helping c-section mamas lose belly fat and regain their core strength.

You can find her on the following platforms:

Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/fitmomrach
Facebook group: C-section Mom | Rachel Pratt https://rachelgpratt.wixsite.com/home
Website:  C-section Mom | Rachel Pratt

Free resources mentioned:

6 Do's and Don'ts for a C-section Recovery
And  Milk Diva's Prenatal Survival Guide For Expecting Moms

Recovering from C-section and losing the belly fat
How Rachel got into the c-section recovery space
Rachel's Credentials and Background
When to start exercising, nutrition, getting back in shape
Difference between the planned and unplanned csection recoveries
Rachel's Facebook group and her different offerings
Free Webinar - Sharing 3 things your doctor didn't tell you (nutrition, conversation, and fitness)
What would Rachel tell a newly c-section mom to assure her that her stitches won't pop open
Properly getting out of bed (in the hospital) and why Rachel doesn't recommend sit ups for c-section moms
You don't need sit-ups to engage your core
Rachel's advice: Every baby is different
Recovering from C-section and losing the belly fat
Digital course (C-section recovery course)
o learn more about newborn feeding
Medical Advice