With so much pressure on new mothers to 'bounce back', often women put unnecessary pressure on themselves to lose the baby weight and get back into shape right after the baby is born, at what is already a difficult time.
Not only that, doing the wrong thing can cause damage or harm.
"Postpartum training, just like any other training, is a very individual process," personal trainer and sports management expert Alexa Towersey told HuffPost Australia."At the most basic level what you are able to do can be dependent on the type of birth -- C-section versus natural -- and whether there were any health complications during the pregnancy or during the birthing process itself." Read more>>