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11 Post-Pregnancy Workout Plans for New Mums

Women's Health UK Logo By Alice Head of Women's Health UK | Slide 1 of 13: Kylie Jenner shared an intimate video of her post-partum pregnancy body on her Instagram stories last night.Nearly a year and a month to the day since she gave birth to her first child, Stormi, the star, who was last week titled the youngest self-made billionaire in the world, wore matching gym kit. She captioned her video, 'Proud of my little stomach'-proving that regaining your fitness levels after giving birth takes time and patience.Whilst we don't know how Jenner worked out to build back up her fitness post-birth, WH does know that doctors normally advise waiting six weeks before visiting an expert to see if you've got the all-clear to start light to moderate exercise again.If you're a new mum yourself or mum-to-be, don't feel overwhelmed by returning to exercise or by Jenner's post. Whilst getting back into a workout plan can feel daunting, personal trainer and post-partum exercise expert Charlie Launder wants you to remember that Rome wasn't built in a day. Rebuilding any form of fitness is hard, and can be  especially taxing when you've been carrying another human inside you for 39 weeks, have baby food in your hair and are running on seriously, seriously, seriously little sleep.Whether you worked out during your pregnancy like Kayla Itsines and Carly Rowena or felt like your body needed some time out, you're still full of fitness motivation now, as you know that rebuilding your fitness levels is important for both your baby and you. With that in mind, keep scrolling for eleven Launder-approved post-pregnancy workout plans that you can do from the comfort of your own home.

Kylie Jenner shared an intimate video of her post-partum pregnancy body on her Instagram stories last night.

Nearly a year and a month to the day since she gave birth to her first child, Stormi, the star, who was last week titled the youngest self-made billionaire in the world, wore matching gym kit. She captioned her video, 'Proud of my little stomach'-proving that regaining your fitness levels after giving birth takes time and patience.

Whilst we don't know how Jenner worked out to build back up her fitness post-birth, WH does know that doctors normally advise waiting six weeks before visiting an expert to see if you've got the all-clear to start light to moderate exercise again.

If you're a new mum yourself or mum-to-be, don't feel overwhelmed by returning to exercise or by Jenner's post. Whilst getting back into a workout plan can feel daunting, personal trainer and post-partum exercise expert Charlie Launder wants you to remember that Rome wasn't built in a day. Rebuilding any form of fitness is hard, and can be especially taxing when you've been carrying another human inside you for 39 weeks, have baby food in your hair and are running on seriously, seriously, seriously little sleep.

Whether you worked out during your pregnancy like Kayla Itsines and Carly Rowena or felt like your body needed some time out, you're still full of fitness motivation now, as you know that rebuilding your fitness levels is important for both your baby and you.

With that in mind, keep scrolling for eleven Launder-approved post-pregnancy workout plans that you can do from the comfort of your own home.

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