321 Baby Bulge Be Gone

We have always wondered how those Hollywood actresses would suddenly lose weight weeks after giving birth. You thought that it probably took extreme measures such as diet pills or starvation, but actually you can get that kind of body with the help of a specialized exercise plan.

The gist

Celebrity fitness trainer Ramona Braganza has developed a no-nonsense approach to pregnancy weight loss called 321 Baby Bulge Be Gone. Famous celebrity moms who went through the program include Jessica Alba and Halle Berry.

The program consists of three phases that would last for 12 weeks and incorporates both exercise and nutritional eating. The exercise program is assured as healthy and safe for pregnant and post-pregnant mothers.

The program is divided into three phases; the first one includes a 25-minute circuit training workout. It is then followed by 40 minutes of cardio and strength-training. Finally, the third phase consists of one-hour workout that combines three cardio routines, two circuit/ strength routines, and one core exercise. The exercises let you move multiple joints at once, as well as working several muscles at the same time.

Meanwhile, the diet program is Braganza’s interpretation of the South Beach Diet consisting of fresh veggies, lean protein, complex carbs, and lots of water. You can check out her sample menu plans on the official website as well as tons of nutrition tips. Breastfeeding mothers should also consider the caloric requirements.

Any mom in America can avail of the 321 Baby Bulge Be Gone program by purchasing the DVD set on its official website, costing US$36.50 including shipping.

Advantages

The 321 Baby Bulge Be Gone program has safety on top of its list. Exercise is an activity that everybody should do, including women who have just given birth. And it is no surprise that post-pregnancy women love this program because it does not give them unnecessary pain on the lower back or on the joints.

Disadvantages

The program does not include any weight loss gimmicks like taking quick-fix diet supplements and restrictive eating. However, even though this weight loss program targets pregnant women, it is best to consult a doctor before committing to it.