Exercise With Baby: Lower Abs and Obliques | Parents

Exercise With Baby: Lower Abs and Obliques | Parents


I know how hard it can be to fit in a workout
as a new mom, so I’m gonna show you some exercises you can do with your baby. I wanna show you
moves you can do to tighten your tummy, especially that low belly pouch that we all tend to have
post pregnancy. So the first one is row your baby. So we’re gonna sit back on our seats
[unk]. Lift it nice and tall, scoop up your abs, now you lift your baby up, hold your
legs up in the air, and then you twist to one side and then twist to the other side.
Row row row your boat, gently down the stream. Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily, life is
but a dream. And you wanna do five to six on each side, so that’s a total of 10 to 12
reps, and if it’s way too difficult, you can keep your feet on the floor and twist here.
The next one is baby boat. Are you ready to show baby boat Timothy? So you sit back, scoop
up your lower abs, lift your shins, place your little guy or girl on top of your shins
and hold it here, five to eight reps, and then you can relax and try three sets of those.

6 comments

  1. I live with my parents. I'm limited to be in my room , which is also my babies room. do you think it would be bad to do heavy exercise daily with him in the room? and it's going to be winter. I can't open the Windows to air out the room. I'm worried all the sweat and nasty air will harm him ? I'm due late October. I'll also be using a treadmill

  2. I've just been doing squats with my 14 month old an sit ups with them on my legs, thank you for showing this ill be able to do more now! thank you so much

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