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Type of exercise

Diastasis recti, Postnatal, Prenatal, Core Strength, Relaxation, Corrective

Benefits & Member Specials

The separation of the abdominals down these muscles can occur as a result of pregnancy or obesity, or other conditions where excessive strain is placed on the stomach muscles from behind.

This website is dedicated to the diagnosis, exercise therapy, and teaching of the exercise therapy to help heal the Diastasis Recti muscle group, the muscles which binds the six-pack abs together.

Why It’s Right for You

The program with Diastasis Rehab works on pregnant women, women, children, men, and pre-abdominal surgery patients. If you qualify for one of these categories, this program was designed to specifically tighten and strengthen the connective tissue between your ab muscles.

If you have a weak core, you might have Diastasis Recti. It is best to check with your doctor to see if you do, and if so, what is safe for you to use.

Why It’s Not for You

While the core-strengthening techniques can help any person who wants to tune-up their six pack abs, this method is not for you if you do not have Diastasis Recti. In order to sign up for the program, you will also have to pay a cost of $225, though there are opporutnities available to get a discount of $25 off.

Results Expected

The programs offered through Diastasis Rehab are only 12 weeks in length, which focuses largely on their Tupler Technique programs. With dedication, many inches off your belly can be seen throughout the program as your core muscles gradually come together.

Nutrition

There is some nutrition counseling offered through the program but not available on their website; when you sign up for the program, you will have access online to a number of teachers and other clients for support.

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In order to sign up for the program, you will also have to pay a cost of $225, though there are opporutnities available to get a discount of $25 off.


Five Pros:
  1. Well Researched:

    The program was specifically designed to help those who suffer from Diastasis Recti. With doctors and professional researchers on board, you can be sure the program is safe for you.

  2. Support:

    When you sign up for the 12 week course, you will have access to teachers and health care professionals who will work with you throughout the course to help you get your abdominals strong.

  3. Pregnancy (and other Medical Condition) Results:

    Pregnancy, as well as a number of other medical concerns where the belly muscles are pushed out and stretched far apart.

  4. Altruistic & Personal Attention from the Program:

    This program was designed to meet a specific need which is largely unmet in the medical community. The women and professionals who work with you are dedicated to your overall health right from the start. Their service is very personal, even if they are not in person with you. While you are taking the course with others, there are only at most 14 people in the course at one time.

  5. Very Structured:

    This course was designed for specific people for specific reasons. With the research behind it, the program is 12 weeks, and offers a very structured layout. There are markers for improvement and progress throughout the time. Because of this, it perfect for someone who wants to see results.

Five Cons:
  1. A Certain Amount of Discipline is Required:

    Participants in the program still have to participate. Even with the coaching and trainer access, it can be hard to keep up with the program. Women who are pregnant or with young children might especially run into troubles with this, since time is required for the program.

  2. You Will Need to Know for Sure about Your Health:

    Because of the nature of exercise, you might need to make an appointment with your doctor first. This program has been designed for people who have the weakened core muscles as a result of Diastasis Recti. If you do not have this condition, a regular ab routine might work better for you.

  3. Injuries or Physical Decline can Hamper Progress:

    If you have medical conditions, such as pregnancy, any injury can throw you off your progress.

  4. Payment:

    The payment of $225 might not be best for someone who works long hours, has a lot of duties to take care of, or faces any challenge that cannot be worked around.

  5. Products May Need to Be Purchased:

    In addition to the course price, there are several products that the company makes which may be needed for pain management or relief. There are also books and DVDs which can be purchased separately that may be recommended at some point.


Type of exercise Diastasis recti, Postnatal, Prenatal, Core Strength, Relaxation, Corrective Benefits & Member Specials The separation of the abdominals down these muscles can occur as a result of pregnancy or obesity, or other conditions where excessive strain is placed on the stomach muscles from behind. This website is dedicated to the diagnosis, exercise therapy, and teaching of the exercise therapy to help heal the Diastasis Recti muscle group, the muscles which binds the ...
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This website is dedicated to the diagnosis, exercise therapy, and teaching of the exercise therapy to help heal the Diastasis Recti muscle group, the muscles which binds the six-pack abs together. The separation of the abdominals down these muscles can occur as a result of pregnancy or obesity, or other conditions where excessive strain is placed on the stomach muscles from behind.

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