Losing the Baby Weight
After giving birth it's only natural to want to lose the weight you put on during pregnancy. But getting started can be tough. Here, you'll get tips for losing baby weight fast, including diet ideas, real-mom success stories, workout routines, and much more.
What does it really take to lose those pregnancy pounds? Real moms fess up about how long it takes, what works and what doesn't, and their best advice to help you slim down too.
No starving allowed on this monthlong meal plan especially for new moms by our own American Baby nutritionist.
Following pregnancy, most women worry they'll never see their toes again. But luckily, tried-and-true, simple changes make all the difference in getting back into shape. These tips will help you take off the pounds.
Your pregnancy pounds ultimately go away, but what about c-section scars, sagging breasts, stretch marks or varicose veins? Here are tips on how to recover from some of the biggest body issues after baby.
No matter how much pregnancy weight you lose initially (many moms find the pounds melt off from breastfeeding and other post-delivery hormonal shifts that boost metabolism), eventually you hit that "why aren't my clothes getting any looser" plateau. Want to get rid of those won't-budge pounds? No more excuses! Here are 18 surprising strategies that helped these moms exercise and get slim again.
Want to get back your pre-pregnancy abs? Skip the crunches and get better (and faster) results with these five moves.
This easy-to-make teething cookie will soothe a baby's sore gums. There are only 3 simple and natural ingredients, including whole wheat flour.
How do Hollywood moms get so thin -- so quickly -- after pregnancy? With a lot of help from the experts. It may not be realistic or healthy for real women to lose weight that fast, but you can steal some of their moves once you have your doctor's okay to get started. We talked to top celebrity trainers and nutritionists for dozens of doable tips to help you get your body back.
Attention, both expecting and new moms. Get in shape just by putting one foot in front of the other.
Our ultimate walking guide (with and without the stroller) will help you shed those postpartum pounds -- fast.
Ready to get back in shape? Find out how long you should wait after giving birth before beginning a postpartum exercise routine.
Who needs a gym to exercise? A trip to the playground is all it takes for moms to get in better shape.
Keep Baby entertained and get some postpartum exercise in with this easy-to-follow video. These plank moves are sure to strengthen your abs.
Kate Middleton reveals how she stays so slim after having back-to-back babies, but the secret to losing her baby weight isn't what we hoped for.
Get motivated -- and get your body back fast -- with these tips from the true experts: moms just like you.
Learn some helpful tips on how to fit in postpartum exercise as a new mom.
Easy mix-and-match meals! Workout routines for your chaotic life! This flexible weight-loss plan delivers what you need to drop those pregnancy pounds for good.
A gentle, effective way to strengthen your body and spirit.
Don't have a sitter? No problem! These ab moves include your little one and are great postpartum exercise.
Make postpartum exercise fun for you and your baby by trying out some ballet-inspired moves and squats for your legs and butt.
Flatten your post-baby belly with six easy tummy-toning moves. Just dedicate 20 minutes to these three pairs of moves two or three days a week and before you know it, you'll be showing off your new shape.
Get back into shape with these leg and butt moves. The best part is that you can do them as part of your postpartum exercise routine at home with your little one.
It can be difficult to squeeze in postpartum exercise. Here are some variations on arm pushups and dips that you can do with your little one.
Ashley was already a healthy eater and kept up her Pilates exercise routine during much of her pregnancy. She shares how she stayed fit after her baby and lost all of the weight she had gained by the time her son turned one.