Diaphragmatic breathing is the most fundamental exercise you can perform postpartum. It teaches you how to breathe by using your diaphragm and how to activate your transverse abdominis muscle
It’s very similar to diaphragmatic breathing, but instead of alternating between deep inhales and exhales – you are going to hold the exhaled position.
This is how you will train your transverse abdominis in every single exercise moving forward. It will also help you activate your pelvic floor muscles and can prevent lower back pain.
The supine ball squeeze exercise will teach you how to activate your inner thigh and pelvic muscles while engaging your deep core muscles.
The band hip abduction will train your outer legs and glute muscles while activating your core and pelvic floor.
Now you should feel comfortable with the pelvic tilt and abdominal brace. Now we will engage the lower leg muscles while you activate your core.