Thursday, March 17, 2016
Baby Bod By Marianne Ryan Review
A GROUNDBREAKING SELF-CARE PROGRAM FOR PREGNANT AND POSTPARTUM WOMEN, no matter how long it has been since you had your baby.
Let BabyBod® get you into the best shape for delivery and then get your sexy back on as a mom! Learn self-care advice for: Diastasis Recti Mommy Tummy Urinary Leakage (incontinence) Pubic Symphysis Dysfunction Constipation Pelvic Pain Pelvic Organ Prolapse This revolutionary program will give you phenomenal results, even if it’s been years since you had your last child.
It’s the first DIY program to bridge the gap between medical care and the special fitness needs of women like you. Written by leading Women's Health Physical Therapist, Marianne Ryan, PT, OCS, who has over 30 years experience. As a mother of two, Marianne is passionate about helping women prepare for childbirth and reclaim their bodies afterwards. Look for her popular blog on women’s health on her BabyBodBook website.
Marianne Ryan is an AWARD WINNING AUTHOR of BABY BOD - TURN FLAB TO FAB IN 12 WEEKS FLAT (www.BabyBodBook.com). As a mother and a leader in Women's Health Physical Therapy she is passionate about helping women get back in shape after childbirth and developed a groundbreaking program for PREGNANT and POSTPARTUM WOMEN, even if it has been years since childbirth. It's the first DIY program to bridge the gap between medical care and fitness advice.
As an educator Ryan taught at Columbia University School of Midwifery Program and the NYU TMJ Dental Clinic.
Speaking and Lecturing: Ms. Ryan has over 20 years experience as a professional speaker
Spokesperson: for the American Physical Therapy Association Media Corp
I recevied a complimentary copy.
Cassandra's review- I really wish that I had a book like this available to me during my own dealings of this topic. It is super detailed and everything is placed in a way that helps to really get the max benefit. I will not only come back to this book more than a few times, I will also be able to better help other women in my life. I would highly recommend picking up a copy along with one to share and also when you no longer need it, to keep on gifting it to others by donating to a local library or hospital.
Posted by Cassandra McCann