Answer: Hi dear,
Go easy post delivery and donot rush to loose weight.it took 9 months for you to gradually gain that baby weight,so go slow.first two.months avoid any kind of high intensity work out.brusk walking should be good.start yoga by 3 months .and by 1 year ,join gym and can do normal workouts,provided you do not hurt your back by lifting heavy weights.ideally by 2 years post delivery,one can get back to high intensity work outs.breast feeding really helps in loosing all the fat naturally.so continue brestfeeding at least till 1 year to loose the fat faster.eat healthy ,do not crash diet,else that would take a toll on your health and breastmilk supply.drink plenty of water to increase metabolism too.
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And can also start with yoga exercises but as I said initially you should go slow and slowly go on increasing it
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