Diastasis recti can get better on its own in many postpartum women. However, experts agree that a trial of exercise and weight loss can be beneficial.
Diastasis recti is not permanent in the majority of postpartum women, but almost all postpartum women have a weak core after pregnancy
Diastasis recti can definitely get worse if you perform exercises like sit-ups and crunches which place a lot of pressure on the rectus abdominis.
Yes, you can fix diastasis recti years later. As with all types of exercise, it is never too late to start.
– Time/patience – Core training aimed at strengthening the deep transverse abdominis. – Improving your posture.
The best way to heal diastasis recti is to train your core in a step-wise fashion, starting with the transverse abdominis muscles. Let me show you how...