Get In Shape After Pregnancy

Get In Shape After Pregnancy

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Although having a baby is a wonderful experience for any woman, almost all women would like to regain their pre-pregnancy shape as soon as possible. Don't be too impatient, trying to lose weight too fast can rebound on you. You should go easy and take these few steps to lose your weight after giving birth to your baby.

Give Your Body Time To Recover

It took your body months to prepare to give birth, and it takes time to recover. So, don't be in too much of a hurry to cut calories, give some time for your body to recover, It takes up to 6 months after pregnancy for your body to return to normal.

Now you have a new baby to take care of. It will require all your energy, especially as you get to grips with night-feeds. So rather than focusing on your weight loss for the first 3 months, it's better for you to focus on eating healthy food with enough calories and nutrients to give you the energy to cope in taking care of your new baby.

Exercise When You Feel Up To It

While giving time for your body to recover, it does not mean that you should do anything at all or ignore totally your body weight. You can start gentle exercise almost immediately after returning home. But avoid any type of vigorous or sustained exercise until after your first post-pregnancy check-up.

Breast Feeding

Do you know that breast feeding is a good way of burning your body's calories? Generally, a new mom who breastfeeds her new born child produces an average output of 850ml of breast milk each day. To generate this amount of breast milk, mom needs to consume approximately 500 extra calories per day during lactation.

Start Your Weight Reduction Program After 2-3 Months

Normally after 2 to 3 months, your strength is returning and your period will get back to normal. At this time, you can start following a healthy, weight loss diet, and taking more vigorous exercise. Don't aim for fast weight loss, about 1 pound per week for optimum health, and be guided by your doctor. And you should continue to focus on eating nutritious foods to keep up your strength and energy.

How Long To Take To Regain Your Shape?

Most doctors and pregnancy weight control experts will give you the same answer: It depends on how much weight you gained while pregnancy. In average, a mom will gained 25 to 30 pounds while pregnancy and during the birth, she normally loses 12 to 14 pounds, leaving 12 to 21 pounds for you to workout after pregnancy. If you start your weight reduction after 2 months of recovery period, and your lose 1 pound per week, it will takes 12 to 21 weeks to lose the extra weight. This means that you should regain your pre-pregnancy weight within 6 to 8 months after the birth.

Every woman wants to regain their weight and body shape as soon as possible after giving birth to their baby. But, trying to lose weight too fast can rebound on you. You should take it easily and patiently and give some time for your body to recover.

Here is what you will find inside the "Getting Back Into Shape After Pregnancy" e-book:

Working Your Way Back To Terrific Shape After a Pregnancy...

Weight Gain And Pregnancy 101...

Everything You Need To Know About Calories...

Firmly Resolving To Lose Weight After Pregnancy...

Before You Begin Any Weight Loss Effort...

Starting To Trim Down Right After Pregnancy...

Finding Ways To Fit In A Workout Routine...

Gradually Upping The Ante Of Your Weight Loss...

Getting in Shape and Staying in Shape...

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  • (58 stars)

    by Autumn Starr on 26/01/2014

    Not worth the time

  • (58 stars)

    by C. Martin on 03/07/2013

    Don't bother to DL. Is of no help and is just links to unuseful sites.