Lose Your Mummy Tummy has ratings and 17 reviews. Katrina said: I haven’t read every single page because so much of it is exercises and I don’t do al. Introduction to Julie Tupler, the Tupler Technique®, and Diastasis Recti, Understand Diastasis Her program does this by: 1. FAQ – Your Questions Answered. Lose Your Mummy Tummy by Julie Tupler, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Pregnancy naturally separates a mother’s outermost abdominal muscles to make room for her growing uterus.
Called a diastasis, this separation doesn’t fully close up in 98 percent of new moms. The larger the youur, the weaker the muscles and the greater chance for mom to develop back problems down the road.
Of perhaps greater concern for moms, new and veteran alike, the Yyour naturally separates a mother’s outermost abdominal muscles nummy make room for her growing uterus. Of perhaps greater concern for moms, new and veteran alike, the larger the diastasis, the bigger the lowe that just won’t seem to go away after baby’s delivery! Lose Your Mummy Tummy introduces the Tupler Technique, a set of deceptively simple abdominal and breathing exercises that decrease the diastasis and result in a firmer, flatter, and stronger belly.
Like Kegels-those all-important and privately-practiced pregnancy exercises-the Tupler Technique can be practiced almost anywhere and at anytime. Yoru illustrations for a 15 or a minute at-home exercise routine, Lose Your Mummy Tummy ensures: A tighter, flatter stomach A smaller waistline A reduction or elimination of back pain The ability to safely lift your baby and heavy objects More energy Better posture The perfect preparation for your next pregnancy Paperbackpages.
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This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Dec 23, Katrina rated it it was amazing. I haven’t read every single page because so much of it is exercises and I don’t do all of them, but I learned youf invaluable things about how to heal and close my muscle separation. The most important thing I learned was how to protect my abdominals in everything I do, from getting up off the floor, to turning around in bed, to lifting my baby.
When I went in for a routine checkup last week, my doctor couldn’t find any more separation, so something must have worked!
Now I just have to continue I haven’t read every single page because so much of it is exercises and I don’t do typler of them, but I learned some invaluable things about how to heal and close my muscle separation. Now I just have to continue protecting myself with those little exercises and make sure it remains closed.
Jul 11, Rachael Marsceau rated it liked it. When I first read that, I figured it could be anything from a Peruvian moth to some chemical that can’t mix with hydrogen or something. Turns out it’s the common separation of the abdominal muscles found in many women postpartum.
I was tall and thin when I got pregnant, and ended up carrying a 9. I quickly fell in love with my “little” bundle of joy, and totally fell into despair over my ugly, non-sexy, still-looks-6 mos. After a few Google searches, I Diastasis Recti. After a few Google searches, I realized I had diastasis recti, and my nurse confirmed this at my 6-week checkup.
I soon learned that this book yyour considered the bible for healing diastasis recti. I purchased it on Amazon and began to read. Tupler has a cute sense of humor that makes this boring exercise book a surprisingly enjoyable read.
She’s a mom and knows what goes into postpartum physically and emotionally. She includes detailed, chronological pictures for each exercise, and describes those exercises in length to avoid any confusion. She includes a beginning minute workout plan, then a minute one for when you’re ready to move on.
What I didn’t like: The book is awash with typos. No, but I’m a nazi over that type of thing. Everything is black and white, so an updated, slightly more colorful edition would be welcomed. Her exercises are great I’m already seeing resultsbut a bit unrealistic. If I miraculously find myself with 15 minutes without kose needy baby and want to exercise on top of that, I’m not about to spend even more effort to get special equipment.
I’d love a big yourr of exercises that are equipment-free. Overall, great reference and collection of exercises that really work! I look forward to going through the book more thoroughly to get the best results possible.
Jun 29, Sarah Davalt rated it it was ok. Eh…seems a bit like bunk to me. LOL so I still have my mummy tummy. For more reviews see my blog: Mar 18, Suzanne rated it really liked it. Want to know how to heal diastisis recti? It’s common in women after having a baby or 2 or 3. With tmmy help of a couple of diagrams and thorough explanation, I now feel like I understand my abs. This book teaches you how to care for your abs, what exercises to do, and yyour exercises not to do. Simple things like the way you sit, the way you get out of bed, or off the floor, or picking up your kids could cause further ab separation.
However, herein lies my problem – I’m a busy mom and don’t hav Want to know how to heal diastisis recti? However, herein lies my problem – I’m a busy mom and don’t have time to be thinking about sitting up in bed properly in the middle of the night when my child needs a feeding.
Lose Your Mummy Tummy
But perhaps it will become second nature after time. Another thing that is annoying is that the author stresses the purchase of the rehab splint which supposedly is necessary to help heal tissue and bring together your abs. Sep 20, Amy rated it really liked it. I read this book when I was pregnant — she has a technique for pregnant women, too, which would have been better.
However, this technique will revolutionize the way we exercise.
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It’s definitely worth checking out of the library and skimming through. Too many pages ar I read this book when I was pregnant — she has a technique for pregnant women, too, which would have been better. Too many juli are spent on a full body work-out. Mar 04, Erin rated it really liked it. I may have started this about four years too late but the book claims it can still help several decades later so here goes nothing lol.
I’m giving this four stars for the content alone. Will consider adding an extra star after doing the exercises she outlined in the book. The reviews on Amazon looked very promising so I hope I have good results.
If nothing else I’m glad to get it out of my currently reading pile since it’s been so full and stagnated of late. Jun 25, Stephanie Fehler rated it it was amazing Shelves: I used this book after my seventh child, with a huge diastasis and loved the results!
Now i am doing it after my eighth. I borrowed it from the library, but probably should buy my own copy. I like the photos, and that the exercises are explained in detail. Her method makes sense to me, and along with T-Tapp’s “putting organs in place” and “half frogs”, are the exercise portion of fixing my poor midsection after another huge baby! Aug 23, Tpuler rated it really liked it. This is for moms like me who experienced diastisis separation of abdominal muscles during pregnancy and whose tummies are no longer flat.
The easy exercises listed don’t require fancy equipment. I learned that certain types of Pilates, Yoga and even crunches can actually strengthen the wrong abdominals the internal and external abdominals. If you want a flat tummy, the transverse abdominals need strengthening.
Read the book to find out how! Jul ttupler, Svetlana Kurilova rated it it was amazing Shelves: How to decrease recti diastasis? How to improve fitness after pregnancy? How to squeeze few minutes for an exercise when all your time is owned by a newborn? What you should do and what are absolute NO-NOs during first few months? This is a great book written clearly with easy to follow instructions and a good sense of humor.
Strongly recommend to moms and moms-to-become. Jan mummh, Donna rated it it was ok. Um, still haven’t lost it View all 3 comments. Feb 06, Joanna Perry rated it it was amazing.