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Post Partum Baby Belly Pics

March 1, 2015

Post baby belly pics

Never quit! If you stumble get back up. What happened yesterday, the day before that or the week before that no longer matters. Today’s another day so get back on track and move closer to your dreams and goals. You can do it. I’m here to help you.

The pic on left was exactly 3 days before I gave birth to my baby girl, Elle who is my 2nd child. I was 280lbs when I checked into the hospital on Feb 5, 2014. The picture in the middle was 7 months later at about 235lbs. Sorry that my face is blocked, at that time I was very nervous about taking body pics like this and honestly wasn’t even sure id ever share them online so openly like I do now, thus my face is covered. Now we fast forward 5 months since the middle pic and 12 months since the first pic and my GOD… LOOK AT ME. No abs but this is a real stomach of a woman who has had two kids and has never done a single crunch.

I know you all have a ton of questions and I’ll do my best to answer a few. I’m 29, 5’5″, I’ve been working out 5 days a week since Sept, I run a lot, now I’m doing about 60-80 miles a MONTH. I lift weights about 2 days a week and I strength train about 2 days a week. I have over 80 workout videos on my @healthyJenell IG PAGE, many workouts include weights and strength training exercises.

As far as food, I don’t count calories but I focus on portion control, eating frequently to satisfy hunger and to keep my metabolism high. I drink green smoothies, drink Kombucha green tea a few days a week to detox, and I eat veggies like they are going out of style. I have so many images of my food along with meals plans on @healthyJenell IG PAGE and this website in the healthyJenell section.

Before you ask basic questions just take a little time to scroll through some of the articles of helpful information and the images on my @healthyJenell IG PAGE that I’ve shared.

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1 Comment

  • Reply Makeba February 9, 2017 at 6:22 pm

    In your opinion what were the most effective excercises to help you reduce your belly fat post pregnancy? Did you focus on your abdomen during every workout?
    You have really inspired me! Thank you!

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