6 months (26 weeks) post-baby #2

FINALLY!!!! The hard work paid off.

Then I gave myself a 6 day break from exercise. Between traveling to LA, working out 8 hours a day for 4 days, an infomercial meeting and the last filming to get the workout downloads into post-production...let's just say I was sick of exercise. But after a plate of leftovers from the House of Wong, Taylor's M&Ms and feeling more tired than usual I am more than ready for my 5:00er tomorrow morning.


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9 comments:

  1. Congrats to you! Your hard work definitely shows... I am loving your workout DVDs. You have such a sweet and fun personality I feel like I'm working out with my old BFF ;) Thank you for all your inspiration. And enjoy your well-deserved break!

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  2. You look amazing!!! Congrats on all of your hard work! It definitely paid off.

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  3. Oh my! I'm green with envy right now... lol. You look absolutely incredible! How many weeks post baby are you?

    Your kids are absolutely adorable!!! I'm 15 weeks post and will be taking progress pix a week from this Friday...

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  4. Hi Lindsay,

    I just started your Boot Camp dvd tonight. Your son must have been born around the same time mine was. He was born on February 3rd and just turned 6 months a few weeks ago. Thanks for inspiring me to not just get my pre-pregnancy body back, but to get into better shape than I was before! Congratulations on your success!

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  5. You look great Lindsay - great job! So I'm 13.5 weeks post-baby #2. My stomach actually looked flatter about 4 weeks ago and now it looks almost "puffy"? My OB said at my 6 week appt that my diastasis (sp?) recti was getting better, but could it have gotten worse causing my stomach to look worse?

    What we do for procreation! :)

    -Jackie

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  6. Congrats, you look great and your kids are super cute!!! Thanks for all you do - your blog and bootcamp dvd have gotten me just a few pounds away from my goal 4.5 months after having my 2nd baby. I am almost back in my pants from before my first son was born! Hopefully a few more weeks of hard work will get me there.

    Thank you also for being so open about your IVF journey. My first son was an IVF baby, and it is such a difficult thing to go through and very few people are open about their struggles. It helps so much to know other people go through the same thing and have wonderful children as a result :)

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  7. Congratulations! You look incredible! You are such an inspiration!

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  8. Thanks gals! Wow, I love the support!

    Jackie-Diastasis Recti can get worse if you have been doing crunches and traditional ab work. Otherwise it should get better since the pressure of the baby is gone. If you are breastfeeding it could be extra fluids, and heck it takes 6 weeks to get all the blood volume in your body back to normal. So I would attribute it to extra fluids and blood volume, even if you are not breastfeeding. I have a bunch of info on diastasis and what exercises you should be doing here www.momsintofitness.com/faq-diastasis-recti-and-flat-stomachs

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  9. oops wrong link, I meant www.momsintofitness.com/faq-flat-stomachs-and-diastasis-recti

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