I've just bought myself an exercise dvd (specifically for post pregnancy), as I still have this blobby blamange (spelling? doesn't look right!) like thing on my tummy.... thought I would have a quick look at it yesterday evening while waiting for dd to settle (no point in starting it if I was going to get interrupted.... oh the denial!). It looked good, but then I suddently realised I was watching a dvd of this slim trim woman exercising in front of me, while I sat slumped on the sofa eating a bag of crisps.
So I started the exercises, and fear that they are the only way I'll get rid of this blob. Will try to do it daily, and let you know how I get on (dvd was by someone called Deborah Mackin)...
Meanwhile, all tips on magic potions etc v gratefully received!!!
Had a closer look at that weblink you posted Mrs W..... in the menu running down the LHS of the page is a section called "Tummy tucks".... I guess if all those exercises they are promoting don't work (feels tempting just now, into hospital for a long chemically enhanced snooze, then wake up with a flat tummy...!), that's the fail safe option...
Can't stop sniggering at the thought of you watching an exercise DVD whilst eating crisps. At least you put it on - my Pilates for Pregnancy video never made it out of its box.
Not sure what would be harder - saving up for a tummy tuck whilst on maternity leave or finding a spare minute between feeding, nappy-changing and stuffing my face with chocolate to actually do some exercise.
No, as soon as DS2 falls asleep I'm going to give it a go. And if there is a magic cure that doesn't cost money, can someone let me know?
i've been to a couple of aqua natal classes, don't know if they work yet though! I'm also going to start a bums legs & tums class my aqua natal instructor runs. I can take dd along to both, she sits in the car seat with the other babies wondering why mummy is doing strange things! it's also a good chance to chat to other post natal mums too. haven't been to enough yet though, I can let you know if they work in a couple of months.