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    01-12-2012, 10:38 AM
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Riding after a baby, tip on how to shift the belly?

I had a baby 7 months ago by c-section, while I'm losing weight, it's coming off everywhere except the belly! I've been told its difficult to shift the belly after a section, just wondering if anybody found anythin that worked well for them?


I'm watchin what I eat, walking often and running around after two kids so its not a case of the lazy-itis
     
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    01-12-2012, 11:00 AM
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My mom found ab workouts helped to build the muscles underneath and lots of walking to get the excess off. With small meals/snacks 5 times a day and counting calories and carbs etc.. she also said the part of the body you want to lose weight in will always be last to do so... so keep working out and the
Weight will come off :)

Goodluck :)
     

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