Sarah Stage miesiąc po porodzie pokazała płaski i umięśniony brzuch
Nawet Anna Lewandowska miesiąc po porodzie nie wyglądała tak fit mama Sara Stage (33 l.). Z tym wyjątkiem, że wielu pod znakiem zapytania stawia ilość treningów modelki. Sara potrafi trenować po kilka godzin dziennie.
Miesiąc temu Stage urodziła drugie dziecko. Rodziła przez cesarskie cięcie. Mimo że modelka zapowiada, że do lekkich ćwiczeń wróci za kilka dni, jej brzuch jest już niesamowicie płaski.
Połączenie karmienia piesi i diety pomogło mi szybko odzyskać wagę sprzed ciąży – tłumaczy Sara.
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Enjoying this newborn phase, it’s true what everyone says that it goes by so fast 😭 it’s been nice resting, healing and cuddling with the babes 👶🏻👦🏻 Still recovering from c section and continuing to take it easy at home ❤️ My goal is to make it all the way through trick or treating tomorrow with the family 🎃🙏🏼 #csectionrecovery #2weeksold #momlife #2under3Club
So it’s been 1 month since Logan was born and I’ve been enjoying cuddling/hibernating at home with my family🐻 I’ve been sticking to my nutrition guide~ LINK IN BIO✨ while i recover from c section (since i won’t be cleared to start light workouts until next week) The combination of breastfeeding 🐮 and following my nutrition guide from my website has gotten me to my pre baby weight, however we all have our own personal fitness goals and mine is to build more muscle. How long did you wait until you started working out after baby?
❤️🤧 🙏🏼 As I walk along holding your 2-year-old hand, basking in the glow of our magical relationship. Suddenly I feel a kick from within, as if to remind me that our time alone is limited. And I wonder: How could I ever love another child as I love you? Then he is born, and I watch you. I watch you having to share me as you've never done before. I hear you telling me in your own way, "Please love only me" And I hear myself telling you in mine,"I can't," knowing, in fact, that I never can again. I almost see our new baby as an intruder on the precious relationship we once shared. A relationship we can never quite have again. But then, barely noticing, I find myself attached to that new being, and feeling almost guilty. I'm afraid to let you see me enjoying him — as though I am betraying you. More days pass, and we are settling into a new routine. The memory of days with just the two of us is fading fast. But something else is replacing those wonderful times we shared, just us two. There are new times — only now, we are three. I watch the love between you grow, the way you look at each other, touch each other. I watch how he adores you — as I have for so long. I see how excited you are by each of his new accomplishments. And I begin to realize that I haven't taken something from you, I've given something to you. I notice that I am no longer afraid to share my love openly with both of you. I find that my love for each of you is as different as you are, but equally strong. And my question is finally answered, to my amazement. Yes, I can love another child as much as I love you — only differently. And although I realize that you may have to share my time, I now know you'll never share my love. There's enough of that for both of you.~ author unknown