How To Lose Weight After Pregnancy

How To Lose Weight After Pregnancy

How To Lose Weight After Pregnancy

Some women are blessed and once they deliver their baby it seems as if their body just returns to its normal shape and size. Not all women are that lucky, some of us are left with little baby pouches and the extra weight. There’s so much going on after a baby is born that it seems like there aren’t enough hours in a day to work on losing weight. So we decided to share some of the easiest and best ways to lose weight after pregnancy. We’ll start with the top five ways to lose the extra baby weight and then go a little more in-depth further down.

  • Post-Pregnancy Waist Training
  • Fat Trim Cream
  • Slimmers (Arms - Thighs - Waist)
  • Waist Trainer Vest
  • Post-Pregnancy Workout

  • Just because we carry that baby in our belly doesn’t mean it’s the only place extra pounds are put on. For some women they gain a little bit evenly while others only get the baby pouch. Life can be busy which is why we chose the above five methods to lose weight. This is because they all help lose weight without having to spend hours on top of hours working out.

    Waist Training After Pregnancy

    Using a women’s waist trainer post-pregnancy has several benefits on top of the weight-loss.

    • Women’s waist trainers can provide support to the abdomen and back as they regain their shape and strength. It can lessen the strain on your joints and back helping you feel a lot more comfortable.
    • Waist trainers can help keep stretched out muscles in alignment as they shift back to normal.
    • The heat / thermal stimulation increases sweating to your core but it can also help flush out excess fluid.

    It is important to check with your doctor before you begin waist training to get the OK. Usually after the six week mark and your healing is complete your doctor will check you over and let you know if your body is ready. Initially when you begin wearing a waist trainer it is important to go easy on the compression by wearing the trainer a little looser. Gentle compression is essential because it is about continuing the healing and then losing the extra weight. 

    Post-Pregnancy Workout

    It is best to start your workout slow and on a beginners level whether you’re a beginner or not. This is because your body needs time to ease back into the swing of things. Below you will find three beginner workouts and three intermediate workouts.


  • Kegels: 1-3 sets of 10-20 reps Works Pelvic Muscles
  • Floor bridges: 1-3 sets of 10-20 reps Works Hamstrings & Butt
  • Crunch Beat: 8 Reps Works Abs & Legs

  • Intermediate

  • Forearm Plank: 4-5 Planks Works Abs - Obliques - Thighs - Butt
  • Hamstring Curl: 1-3 Sets of 10-20 Reps Works Hamstrings & Butt
  • Modified Squat Thrust: 1-3 Sets of 10-20 Reps Works Abs - Legs - Butt

  • Once your body is ready to advance you can throw in some wide stance deadlifts, push-ups, and walking lunges. 

    How Workout Garments Help

    Waist trainers, arm and thigh slimmers, and waist training vests are all designed to help shape your body while you work out. They are also created and designed to help increase how much you sweat because sweating can help you lose excess water-weight while you shape and tone your muscles. You can wear them around the house while you do chores, rock the baby to sleep, and during a workout. 

    One of the great things about a waist trainer is that it is discreet so it isn’t likely going to be noticed that you even have one on. It is recommended that you wear it every day while doing everyday activity and working out. In a matter of months you’ll look and feel so much different.

    Fat trim cream can be worn when you go to bed, during the day, and can even be worn in combination with the workout gear. Fat trim cream helps increase sweating, tightens loose skin, and can even help keep those stretch marks at bay. It also smells amazing and is made using only natural products keeping it clean and chemical free.

    Ease into your workout routine and be sure to check with your doctor to be sure that your body is ready for that waist trainer. It’s always best to play it safe while you lose weight.

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