Do you suffer from flabbiness in your belly since your child was born?

Do you feel uncomfortable, often with all that skin over your jeans, or often marking on a tighter shirt?

Then read this post to the end.

Many mothers lose the freedom to wear the clothes they want after childbirth, and many think this is normal.

“Oh now that I’m a mother, it’s okay for me to wear wider and more discreet clothes.”

Look, I’m sure you don’t want to wear a mother’s cape and forget that you’re still a woman.

That you want to feel beautiful and desired, in any outfit, even as a mother.

Who wants to hear a “Wow, it doesn’t even look like you’re a mother …”.

I know how much the flabbiness of the belly in the Postpartum period bothers the women.

I know this is one of the points of greatest sadness and frustration after pregnancy. Many go into depression when faced with what happened to their body.

And I want to tell you how to end the belly flab in Postpartum.

You must be wondering … What do I do? Where does this flab come from? How will I solve it?

Calm down, I’ll explain everything in this article.

First, you need to understand that this sagging is not just on the skin.

It also comes from the muscles that are under that skin.

Even if you do thousands of aesthetic treatments for the skin, it will not help if the muscle that supports that skin is not recovered.

This flaccidity that bothers you so much comes from the so-called Diastasis.

It doesn’t matter if you had a child a few days ago, or many years ago, if you have flaccidity you almost certainly still have diastasis.

Although Diastasis is a natural process of opening the muscles to accommodate the baby during pregnancy.

After pregnancy, this return is not so natural and in 90% of the cases, the diastasis remains and the stretching also, giving the belly that vision of flabbiness, swelling, as if the woman was still pregnant for a few months.

This muscle has been stretched, loosened and removed from the place it should be, so it becomes weak, open and stops supporting the skin.

Your spine and posture will suffer from this, your perineum will be weakened, and your belly will not return.

Unfortunately, this is a great lack of knowledge in the health world, and most professionals do not know this, whether in the aesthetic, medical, physical therapists and physical educators.

Now you must be desperate thinking … But Gizele, if health professionals do not know the process of recovery from diastasis, how will I recover my belly?

The answer is EXERCISES … But not just any exercise … SPECIALIZED EXERCISES.

I developed my method of recovering from Diastasis by researching everything about our body and attending these almost 20 years as a Physical Educator with my students.

With that, I managed to reach an enlightening point and create a methodology that will help you to finally have your belly back.

Without surgery, without expensive aesthetic treatments, without hours at the gym, without leaving your child aside, without depending on anyone.

Do not fall prey to other programs out there that are said to be for mothers, they even talk about diastasis, but they are not concerned at all with the changes that your body has undergone during pregnancy.

They are just one more in the crowd, and they will not make your belly come back …

I attend many women who do various types of exercises, online programs, pilates, functional training, weight training and the belly is always there.

In many cases, there is INCLUSIVE there is a worsening of diastasis.

WARNING … Traditional flexion crunches, rotation sides and even planks (excluded of all types) should be progressively.

If someone tries to apply any of these exercises to you, FLEE! Your body will get worse.

Now if you are determined to have your belly back, put an end to Flaccidity pay attention to what I am going to tell you now.

I am not going to show you a miraculous method, or a method that will make you have your belly back asleep, or a magic pill.

I’ll show you a proven method to get your belly back. A method that has already recovered the bodies of thousands of women.

Like Paula:

The Postpartum / Fit Moms Program is the Program that will bring your belly back.

You access online, wherever you want, and when you want.

With just 20 minutes a day you’ll be able to get your belly back, and you don’t have to drop your commitments, drop your child or drop your routine.

This program is based on all the facts that I presented to you here today, and it will change your posture, your belly and your relationship with your body.

You will receive the 4 rounds of the belly + 3 Fat detonating circuits + 4 Free bonuses being one of those bonuses 4 rounds of the body sculpting and turning it without exaggeration or making you muscular so your body gets better and better.

You will receive your login in a few minutes after purchase, and you can start the program today. That’s right! Even today you can start to improve your belly.

What’s more, if you purchase the program and don’t like it for any reason, just contact my team within the first 30 days and I will refund all your money.

You must be wondering … But Gizele, how much does it cost?

Before I tell you, I want to tell you something …

You will be saving a lot of money from surgery that would not solve your problem.

You will also save thousands of dollars in aesthetic treatments that would not work either.

You will avoid wasting time and money on programs that were not made for you and will only frustrate you.

I could easily charge $1076 which is what all the content would cost if you were to consult with me and even then you would still spend much less than surgery or aesthetic treatment.

It could charge $536,67 and you would still be spending less than with a regular Personal and a gym.

But I will not do that to you.

The Program will only cost… $397

Today I want to tell you about a special discount for a limited time of more than 25%.

Today you will pay Only… $297

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Come be part of this Mother’s team.

See you in the Program.

A kiss.

Gizele Monteiro