Take a look at some exercises advisable post pregnancy


Getting your body back after having a baby is not as difficult as you would think. Starting a regular exercise programme immediately after giving birth is not only healthy for your overall health, but it may also help minimise the chance of postpartum depression, according to research.

Let’s take a look at some exercises advisable post-pregnancy.



Although it may not appear to be much of a workout, walking is one of the most simple methods to ease back into a fitness routine after giving birth. Try walking backwards or in a zigzag pattern for a change of pace to keep your muscles guessing.

Deep Belly Breathing With Abdominal Contraction

This exercise is so simple that you may perform it an hour after giving birth. It relaxes muscles and begins the process of strengthening and toning your abs and tummy.


This classic exercise will help you tone your bladder muscles and lower your chance of incontinence associated with childbirth.  The more kegels you perform and the longer you hold them, the more control you’ll have over leaks caused by sneezing, laughing, or lifting up your baby

Head Lifts, Shoulder Lifts, and Curl-Ups

These three exercises help to strengthen the back muscles. They also tone the stomach and abdominal while burning calories.

Disclaimer: Tips and suggestions mentioned in the article are for general information purposes only and should not be construed as professional medical advice. Always consult your doctor or a dietician before starting any fitness programme or making any changes to your diet.