How to do Belly Breathing (TA Breathing)and Kegels During Pregnancy

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A quick video to show you how to do the two most important core exercises for pregnancy and postpartum recovery: Belly Breathing (or TA, Transverse Abdominus Breathing) and Kegels. Keep your core strong and protect your body from diastasis recti or further ab separation during pregnancy, and get familiar with these moves for your postpartum repair and recovery.

These exercises are also great for everyone, pregnant or not. Engaging the TA is so important for strengthening and tightening tummies and all core muscles.

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Lee Walker says:

Is it hard doing this when you are very pregnant

SUSI MARTINEZ says:

Hi! How many reps?

Alex T says:

I am 21 year old male, idk what am doing here and how i got here

BoxItUp! says:

Thank you! ☺

Jamie Johnson says:

This is really informative thank you

Valorie Hammonds says:

Does it matter if youre doing these sitting or lying down? Is 1 better?

Marìa Alejandra Hong Beirute says:

Great advice, how many and how often should we aim to make this?

Mary Kadysh says:

Thank you for sharing these tips and insights. Taking care of your body before and after giving birth is extremely important and not well understood by many.

Brian Tran says:

Congratulations.

Matteo Sartori says:

you look so sexy with your amazing pregnant belly!

Mary Lechkun says:

So glad you have reviewed this. It is so important not only during pregnancy, but as you age as well. I have been following your videos for quite some time now and had to stop as I now have prolapse (I am in my 60's and in very good shape). I am trying to re-train and modify exercises now that I'm on the road to recovery. Thanks Amy, good luck with the new baby!

Andres Rojas says:

Can you please do the bosu ball stretch

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