When my original diastasis post gained traction in the land of Pinterest, I set out to find an expert. I found the delightful Wendy Powell of the MuTu System and she answered all of our questions. I presented her to you as the expert because I believe in her program, her methods, and her expertise.
Many of you have returned asking how my progress is going since starting Wendy’s program.
To get progress, I have to do the program. And folks, I’ve been slacking.
I’m so sorry.
The truth is, when I get glutened, my train runs off the track for a while. My body goes into high inflammation mode, and exercise goes out the window.
And with baseball starting, our schedules are completely wacky, and I don’t have a regular exercise routine going on.
And I’ve been traveling.
Those are excuses. The MuTu exercises only take 15 minutes.
I want to do them. I want to heal. I want to let you know how well they work (because I’m convinced they do).
So tell me, how do I set myself up for success? How do I pencil these exercises in? I’m thinking of setting an alarm on my phone, but I’m not sure what time to set it. Or maybe I’ll do them first thing in the morning (No coffee until MuTu exercises are done).
Help me out, what works for you?
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