For showing interest in my guide. I have suffered from chronic low back pain from a degenerated disc bulge and recovered completely from it through exercise. My injury has taught me more than any textbook or course could ever do. I understand how it feels to be immobile or in pain and not be able to do the activities you’ve always wanted to. And there is a solution to it - the right kind of movement.
I’m specialized in core-training, double certified in pre-postnatal fitness, have over 4 years of experience with pre-postnatal exercise, and helped countless individuals and athletes recover from chronic pain and injuries. You don’t have to look any further, the right treatment is just a few clicks away.
What is CORE?
Your core is not just your abdominal muscles, it' s your entire mid section. It is where you generate power from, to initiate movement. Without the core, you basically can 't move. The core has an inner as well as an outer unit.
What is Diastasis Recti?
Diastasis Recti (DR) is a weakening of the linea alba or connective tissue of the abdomen that, in turn, causes a separation of the rectus abdominis (6 pack) muscles. Diastasis recti is commonly caused by a poor control of intra-abdominal pressure (IAP) and a lack of awareness of what the core is doing during daily functional movement, as well as exercise.
Who is this Guide for?
Those suffering from pain due to lack of / poor core activation - back pain, knee pain, pelvic floor discomfort etc
Athletes, runners, hikers, climbers, cyclists, dancers, physically active individuals looking to build a functionally bullet-proof core, improve training performance, develop strong abs
Pregnant / postnatal women
With dysfunctional diastasis, or looking to get back to exercising safely
Fitness trainers, doctors, physiotherapists, rehab trainers, medical or physiotherapy students looking at understanding more about the core and being able to help clients or patients
What does the guide include?
Video and pdf version of guide
Basic anatomy & physiology of core
Information about pregnancy and DR
Structured catalogue of core training videos
Step by step exercise program tables
Detailed videos with voice-overs & text descriptions
How does CORE-TRAINING help you?
Creates a balance between inner and outer core strength which jointly stabilizes the pelvis and spine
Brings the hip and spine back to neutral position allowing for a safe posture to be maintained in sport, gym, pre and postnatal phase, and daily activities.
Allows larger muscles to be effectively used, protecting underlying joints
Prevents muscle strains, injury to knees, low back and pelvis.
Prevents diastasis recti from becoming dysfunctional, helps in DR repair
THE GOAL IS TO RESTORE STRENGTH & FUNCTION IN THE CORE, AND USE THAT TO GET BACK TO A PAIN-FREE, FUNCTIONALLY FIT STATE.
10 minutes a day is all you need!
The root cause of the back pain, knee pain and/or pelvic floor discomfort that you've been suffering from is poor core control. My guide will target exactly that. If you're an athlete, you’ll finally be able to break that plateau in your performance. If you’re a new mum, you'll get to say good-bye to that mummy tummy. And if you’re injured, you’ll get to speed up your recovery!
All you need to do is follow my step by step guide along with the videos, in the given order, with utmost control, mind-muscle connection and dedication. Remember, nothing comes easy, and regaining your core-fu
nction after an inury or 9 full months of bearing your little one is no exception. Patience is key.
Before starting my guide,make sure to consult your GP/Physiotherapist/Obstetrician to determine if such movements are right for you.
Do not start the exercise program if your physician advises you not to. Your use of the guide is at your sole discretion and risk.