Men's Package Two

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Men’s Package 2 includes: Diastasis Rehab Splint®, Diastasis Rehab Say Goodbye to Your Gut Guys® DVD*, Tupler Technique® Guidebook, dyna band

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This is our “complete” package with one Diastasis Rehab Splint®, the Diastasis Rehab Say Goodbye to Your Gut Guys® DVD, the Tupler Technique® Guidebook and the dyna band. This package is for any man who has a diastasis recti. This package is for any man who has a diastasis recti. The diastasis can be caused by doing abdominal exercises incorrectly giving you a “separated six pack,” from a “guy gut” or from any type of abdominal surgery.

You need these four items to get you started with the 4 step Tupler Technique® Program. Just wearing the splint will not close your diastasis as it is just one of the 4 steps of the program. You need the DVD to learn the 4 steps which is done the first six weeks of the program. In week six you will then learn how to incorporate the Tupler Technique® into an exercise routine. For more information about the DVD click here. There is so much information on the DVD that you need the Tupler Technique® Guidebook to give you the program in a simple organized manner. It gives you a summary of the 4 steps and a daily exercise chart progressing over 18 weeks. For more information about the guidebook click here. The dyna band is the resistance band that is used in the exercise portion of the DVD. It is a great piece of equipment that you can use for muscle strengthening both your upper and lower body. It also travels well! If you already have one then you can get Men’s Package #1.

Purpose of Diastasis Rehab Splint®

There are now two different model splints.  The original and the new one for children and people with a short torso. The original model is 8 inches tall and has 3 arms. The short torso splint is 6 inches tall and has 2 arms.  For the Men's Package Two with our short torso splint click here

The purpose is to “position” both the connective tissue and the muscles. It takes the stretch off the connective tissue putting it in a better position to heal. By bringing the muscles closer together you are able to feel your muscles working better thus making the exercises more effective as they will move in a backward position instead of sideways.  Our splint will not weaken your abdominal muscles. The purpose of other abdominal binders is "compression" or bringing your abdominals back towards your spine. That is the job of you innermost transverse abdominal muscle. Once you strengthen your transverse muscle with the
Tupler Technique® exercises your transverse muscle can be your compression binder! 

Wearing a Diastasis Rehab Splint® is just ONE of the 4 steps of the Tupler Technique® Program.  You must do the other 3 steps taught in the Diastasis Rehab DVD to close your diastasis. The guidebook then supports you in doing the program on a daily basis. If you are just wearing the splint and not doing the exercises you will not close your diastasis. You need to wear the splint until the connective tissue is shallow. 

Please wear the splint all the time. Even when you sleep. Take it off to bathe for 15 minutes. If you broke your leg you would have to wear the cast all the time to continuously keep the two separated ends of the bone together so they heal. It is the same with connective tissue. You must continuously keep it in the same narrow position so it heals.  You will know it has healed when it is shallow and you can't feel the muscles grabbing your fingers when you check it. 

 

INSTRUCTIONS ON HOW TO PUT ON SPLINT - CLICK HERE

GET THE RIGHT SIZE click here (Splints are NOT returnable)
Instructions for converting the original splint to a short torso splint

Wearing Instructions 
Wear the splint all the time except while bathing. Can be worn over a fitted undergarment or directly on skin The way you move your body will affect how the splint stays in place. When getting up and down from a seated to standing position or when bending over, always move with a flat back. Arching or rounding your back will make it move out of place. 

Contraindications For Wearing a Splint
If you have a medical condition and are under doctor’s care please speak to your doctor about wearing a splint and doing our program. Many physicians do not know about our research and evidence based program. So if you email us, we are glad to speak with your doctor about our program to see if it is appropriate for you. There are many ways to “modify” our program for many medical conditions. This splint can be worn during pregnancy. We recommend starting to wear it in your second trimester when you are feeling better. Wearing a splint can cause nausea which is a common symptom in your first trimester. The exercises, however, can be started in the first trimester.

With some medical conditions it is better to hold a splint (scarf or arms of sweater) when doing the seated and back lying exercises instead of wearing our Diastasis Rehab Splint®. When you bring the two separated muscles together you will be putting the displaced abdominal organs back to their original position. This may cause pressure on the organs above (heart) and below (pelvic floor) them. So if you have any heart conditions it is best to not wear a splint. 

Please stand in front of a mirror when putting on your splint so you put it on correctly. Please limit taking on and off the splint to no more than 3-4 times a day. Continuously pulling the hook velcro off the loop velcro will prevent it from sticking. Velcro does wear out. That is the nature of velcro if you overuse it. The hook part of the velcro takes away the filaments on the loop part of the velcro. So adjust it instead of pulling the hook off the loop.

 

Problems Wearing a Diastasis Rehab Splint® 
The area being splinted is a difficult area to splint because it is between two sets of bones. The ribcage on top and the pelvis on the bottom. 

So it will be difficult to keep it in place. Wearing it over a fitted undergarment or t-shirt seems and also velcroing  the bottom arm of the splint to your undergarment seems to help.  It is also immportant to stand up and sit down or bend over with a flat back. 

Know that you will have to adjust the splint. If you are short-waisted or have large hips it will be more difficult to keep it in place. So you may want to get our splint designed for a short torso.

When you bring the two halves of the muscles together your belly may bulge out on the bottom and top. This is normal. In week 4 of the program you will be double splinting (wearing a splint and also holding a splint). You can then work on pulling together the muscles in the lower area. 

If you still have questions relating to the splint, please read our FAQ Page.

Return Policy 
Splints are NOT returnable. 

Fabric Description

The pad on the splint is made of neoprene. The arms of the splint are made of elastic. Elastic does contain latex.  It is recommended to wear the splint over fitted undergarment or shapewear. 

The dyna bands are made of latex. 
 

Since you are wearing your splint 24/7, you may want to buy a second splint so you can wear one and then wash one. While buying this package, if you wish to purchase a second splint, please use code:WEARONEWASHONE at checkout to receive a $5 discount.

To order a second splint or for more information on everything you need to know about the Diastasis Rehab Splint® click here.

IMPORTANT SHIPPING INFORMATION
On all orders, there is a 24 hour delay from the time you place your order to the time your order reaches our fulfillment house. Once it reaches our fulfillment house and is shipped you will receive a tracking number from our fulfillment house. Our fulfillment house ships up to 3 pm each day Monday through Friday. To get your package out the fastest, please place your orders before 2 pm so that it can be shipped the next day. Orders placed after 3 pm will be shipped the following day.

DOMESTIC ORDERS
We ship by UPS Surepost for all orders in the U.S. UPS picks up your package from our fulfillment house and takes it to your local post office. Then your local post office will deliver it to you. You will receive a tracking number from UPS. This tracking number will give you the Post Office tracking number. Look under the tab called “Additional Information.” It will say Postal Service Tracking ID. The tracking number will be posted to the right. Take this number and track it at the post office site: https://tools.usps.com/go/TrackConfirmAction!input.action
Please allow 5 to 7 business days for delivery after it reaches our fulfillment house.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS
We ship only by UPS for all international orders. Please note we are NOT responsible for any duty and taxes your country may charge. If you refuse the package because of these charges and the package is returned to us, the refund you will receive will be minus a 50% refusal fee and a10% restocking fee of the total price of the products. All shipping costs will be deducted from your refund.

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