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Nehi... Tidak sama sekali. Jauh panggang dari api.
Nak kata flat sangat pun tidak la, orang kata
sesedap rasa cukup2 makan :D
Jelly yang dimaksudkan adalah perutku kini. Bak kata Afdlin dalam stand up comedy dia zaman
tok kadok lampau dulu, 'Jump and stop suddenly. If something else still jumping around after you stop, that's fat'. Tak ingat exact ayat dia, tapi camtu la maksud dia. Best lah stand up comedy dia, siap dia pakai tutu lagi. Pas tu nyanyi lagu Siti Nurhaliza, "Percayalah". Those were the days, bila Bangsar Shopping Center selalu ada stand up comedy yang lawak tahap dewa.
Anyway, since ku tak pakai barut hari2 (rasa seram pulak, especially bila duduk, rasa macam dia kasi pressure kat c-sect stitch tu), I was browsing through internet tentang exercises yang boleh dibuat oleh orang2 yang senasib.
This is what I found on
After a caesarean you should allow a minimum of six weeks for your incision to heal before you begin a strenuous exercise programme. However, gentle exercise such as walking, pelvic floor or abdominal exercises is actually beneficial and will help your recovery. If you go to a class, remember to tell the instructor that you had a caesarean section.
You can therefore begin to gently exercise your lower tummy muscles as soon as you feel ready. Begin with pelvic floor exercises -- performed as you breathe out rather than as you breathe in -- and then move on to pulling your belly button in and up at the same time (the lower tummy muscle exercise). When you can perform this easily and can hold the contraction for 10 seconds (without holding your breath), you can then begin gentle sit-ups. Always bend your knees and tighten your pelvic floor and tummy as you gently lift your head and shoulders slightly off the floor. If your stomach muscles "dome" as you sit up, or if you find this difficult or painful, it is too early for you to start doing sit-ups.
As you set out to flatten your tummy, keep in mind that there is no such thing as "spot reduction." Although your abdomen may be the area you're trying to tone, the only way to help shed your remaining pregnancy pounds is through aerobic exercise such as walking, jogging, swimming, or cycling. Start slowly and build up gradually; you may only be able to do 10 to 15 minutes to begin with, but you will gradually get stronger.
Sit-ups are best done in conjunction with aerobic exercise -- if you perform them alone you will only strengthen the muscles below the extra fat, and you probably won't see much outward improvement.
Ok lah gitu, ada 4 minggu lagi untuk ku
membelai bermain2 dengan jelly ku ini (sambil berangan menyanyi lagu Bootylicious)...