EP 2 – The One About Diastasis

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Diastasis recti – also known as abdominal separation, mummy tummy, the ab gap, and many other misnomers – is pretty much our main thang here, so we wanted to get right down to it in this second episode of Fit2B Radio. What is it? What does it mean for your fitness? Does it require surgery? What does “closing a diastasis” really entail? Let’s dive into DR in this fun podcast!

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