The Postnatal Exercise Book: A Program of Fitness and Well-Being for Mother and Baby
Filled with advice, how-to instructions, and more than 140 photos and illustrations, this book is written for the woman who wants to get back into shape quickly and safely after the birth of a baby. Two specialists in obstetrical fitness and child development present a regimen of exercises, with special recommendations for women who have had Caesareans.
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