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help for gymnasts with diastasis recti or pelvic floor issues

watch this free series of live calls - and sign up for the next one via the link below!

This series of Live Calls is designed to help you learn how to heal a diastasis recti naturally (calls 01-05) as well as help for pelvic floor issues (calls 06+).

You can also find out more about our 1:1 Diastasis and Pelvic Rloor programs conducted by a Certified Pregnacy and Postpartum Corrective Exercise Specialist here.

call 01

  • Learn what gymnasts with diastasis recti need to know.
  • We learn how to measure our own DR and what factors limit the ability of a DR to heal.
  • We also learn a few other ways to test out how capable our system is of healing a DR and what we can start doing to help.
  • Learn how to tell which gymnastics skills and conditioning are not the best if you have a DR that is healing.


Here is a PDF to go with the call and contains useful links: Download Now


call 02

  • This is circuit workout we do together that is diastasis safe and is designed to help a diastasis recti heal.
  • I present a variety of difficulty level options for various stages of abdominal strength and healing.
  • The circuit contains my 6 favorite moves I used to heal my own diastasis.


Here is a PDF to go with the call and contains useful links: Download Now

call 03

  • This is circuit workout we do together that is diastasis safe and is designed to help a narrow a wide ribcage angle (or infrasternal angle)
  • The workout can be used for those who have noticed bras aren't fitting right due to a ribcage that has expanded or who struggle with maintaining a great handstand shape
  • The circuit contains my 6 favorite moves I used to normalize my own ribcage angle as well as a bonus move

Here is a PDF to go with the call and contains useful links: Download Now


call 04

  • Learn the imbalances gymnasts often have in their hamstrings and how to fix it
  • Understand what hamstrings have to do with diastasis recti
  • Learn how to improve power in your skills by trying out an exercise circuit with me
  • Learn how proximal hamstring work can help prevent injury, including back, SI, hamstring, groin and hip injuries


Here is a PDF to go with the call and contains useful links: Download Now


call o5

pelvic positioning for gymnasts
  • Learn the most common pelvic resting positions gymnasts have and how that can be optimized to improve performance as well as prevent injury and pain
  • Learn how to assess your own pelvic positionng
  • Learn exercises and daily posture tips to help


Here is a PDF to go with the call and contains useful links: Download Now


call 06

  • How to tell if your pelvic floor is too tight or too loose, and ways to get started helping yourself
  • How hip and glute strength and balance affect the functioning of our pelvic floor -How breathing impacts on our pelvic floor
  • How our body alignment and posture helps or hurts our pelvic floor
  • Why kegals might be the worst thing you can do depending on your body's current state
  • Try movements that are appropriate for your pelvic floor to help reduce symptoms


Here is a PDF to go with the call and contains useful links: Download Now


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want to read more about diastasis recti?

gina paulhus gymnastics saulteGina Paulhus loves helping other adult gymnasts overcome health issues to thrive in their sport just like she did.

This article goes over things to know for Gymnasts With Diastasis Recti.

Check out my Guest Blog Post on Tony Gentilcore's Website About Correcting Diastasis Recti, including how to use KT tape to facilitate healing.

Take a look at how I healed two large hernias naturally with this article on Dr. Sarah Duvall's Core Exercise Solutions website.

Disclaimer: Adult gymnasts and coaches give advice and suggestions on this page. By reading and implementing the information, you assume all liability for injury. The advice given is for educational purposes only. Please check with your in-person coach and ensure that you have the proper pit, mats and/or spot available before trying any suggestions. If you don't agree to these terms, do not attempt anything that you see on this page.

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