Exercise With Baby: Quads, Hamstrings and Butt
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.
I know how hard it can be to fit in a workout as a new mom. So, I'm gonna show you some exercises you can do with your baby. Baby Bridge is a great way to tone your butt and it can also be a good way to calm your little guy down. So, lie down on the ground-- look at this, look at this. Feet hip width apart, you're gonna bridge your hips up and lower your butt down. See, there you go, you're gonna bridge your hips up and lower your hips down. Bridge up, squeeze the buttocks and lower-- ha, ha, ha-- bridge up and lower. So, you wanna workout to 15 to 20 Baby Bridges, you'll have a great tone buttocks. This is the Back and Forth Lunge, hold your little one out in front of you, you're gonna lunge forward with one leg and then come to stand, and then use that same leg to lunge back. And when you're lunging make sure it's like an up and down move. You don't wanna go past the knee, you wanna go straight down, straight up, come to the center and then step back, straight down, straight up, and come to the center and actually, this is great for your balance as you just see it really works that balance. So, you wanna do 10 reps on each leg.