Repairing Diastasis Recti for Your Postpartum Clients

by Erica Ziel |   Date Released : 28 Sep 2015
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Erica Ziel

About the author: Erica Ziel

Erica Ziel is the creator of Core Athletica® Inc. and the Knocked-Up Fitness® brand including; DVD’s, online programs, her new book The Knocked-Up Fitness Guide to Pregnancy, and a pre/postnatal instructor training certification programcertification program. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Kinesiology and Health from ISU, is a certified ACE Personal Trainer and STOTT Pilates certified instructor and mom to three. She currently serves on Fit Pregnancy Magazine’s Advisory Board, is the contributing fitness editor for Beauty and Lifestyle Mommy Magazine, and has been featured and contributed to many publications such as The New York Times, Oxygen Magazine, Fit Pregnancy, People, PopSugar, and many more.

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Ziel, Erica | 13 Oct 2015, 18:58 PM

Hi Gregory,

You are very welcome! Happy to hear you will be using the information from this article. Training clients with diastasis recti can be both challenging for trainer and client so take it one step at a time and remember to encourage her to be patient and praise her for all those little steps of progress! If you have any questions please ask.

Barlow, Gregory | 07 Oct 2015, 12:32 PM

Thanks for this article. Very informative, and gives great detail. I will be using everything I've learned from here today with my client.

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