He added, “At the end, we do core work or cardio, but most of the time, it’s weight training.”
Another perk of weight and functional training, Corey said, is that it’s easy to do while the baby is practicing tummy time or taking a nap.
“Grab some small dumbbells,” he suggested, “and do circuits with that—whether it’s curls, dips and doing back work. Do light things, and take it one day at a time.”
But the fitness trainer doesn’t want new moms pressuring themselves to bounce back or comparing their journey to someone else’s. So, instead of trying to get Keke’s body, he said, “Get the Keke mindset.”