Your Best Body After Baby

A Postpartum Guide to Exercise, Sex, and Pelvic Floor Recovery (Pelvic Floor Physical Therapy Series, Book 2)
Narrated by: Jen Torborg
Length: 1 hr and 37 mins
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Pregnant or postpartum and wanting to optimize your healing and recovery after baby? Want to return to exercise without pain or leakage? Want to return to sex pain-free? This audiobook aims to empower you with healthy ways to return to exercise, sex, and other tasks encountered by new moms. 

This audiobook is written from a pelvic floor physical therapy standpoint. This audiobook covers diaphragm breathing, pelvic floor exercises, posture, and more. This postnatal audiobook is a quick, easy listen for my postpartum mamas out there wanting to develop some healthy habits in their recovery after childbirth. You’ll find plenty of options and variations to tailor your specific goals. There are practical and easy-to-implement ideas that will empower you in your postpartum body. 

This audiobook was made to give you insight into what people mean when they say "just listen to your body". It’s meant to give you a way to listen to that voice and know how to modify or ask for help during the fourth trimester.

Your body was meant to do this! The tips provided in this audiobook will allow you to embrace this time after pregnancy and connect with your body in a healthy and inspiring way. Pelvic floor physical therapist Jen Torborg, PT, DPT, shares pregnancy tips based on research and insights from clinical experience. You can apply these easy-to-follow habits to have your best body after childbirth.

In this audiobook, you will learn about: 

  1. Rest and healing to guide you in the early weeks postpartum
  2. Returning to exercise in an intentional way
  3. Returning to sex pain-free
  4. Optimizing scar tissue (perineum, vulva, and cesarean scars)
  5. What’s important to know about diastasis recti
  6. Posture considerations for mom
  7. And other postnatal questions answered about common (happens frequently) but not normal (healthy state of the body) symptoms you may encounter (leakage, prolapse, pain, etc.) and discussion on breastfeeding, mental health, and loving your body. 

Are you ready to have your best body after baby?

©2018 Jennifer Torborg (P)2018 Jennifer Torborg

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Honestly, liked the book. Just wished there was more. I felt like it was too short. I want to learn so much about after cesarean recovery and exercise. Not only for myself but for future client's ill be working with since I'm on the fitness industry. Over it was a great book tho! Will be listening to it again.