Born Separated: The Fascinating Truth About Our Abdominal Muscles
Yup, separated muscles (diastasis recti) generally come together by the time you are three years old, after your nervous system has developed. However, sometimes your muscles never come together depending on what you do during your childhood. Even if your muscles do come together, you can always separate them again with improper exercise, abdominal surgery and pregnancy. So pregnancy is not the only cause of diastasis recti. So, you can start your pregnancy with your muscles separated and pregnancy and pushing incorrectly in labor will make your diastasis larger. Crunches is just one of the exercises that creates a diastasis or if you have one makes it worse because of the continuous force on the weak spot (belly button) of the connective tissue joining your abdominal muscle. That is why women with and without children, men and children can have a diastasis recti. If you feel like you are the only person suffering from this mysterious affliction, take comfort in knowing that probably most of the people whom you encounter every day have a diastasis recti as well, whether you can see it or not. With the research & evidenced based Tupler Technique® program, you can close your diastasis!'
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Watch the short video below to know what a diastasis is.