How to check yourself for Diastasis Recti


Diastasis Recti is the separation of the connective tissue between the six-pack muscles (the rectus abdominals). It happens when too much pressure is placed on that muscle and the tissue connecting the two sides together starts to stretch and separate, creating a ‘depression’ between the two muscles.

Want to know more about it? Read the 5 surprising things you didn’t know about Diastasis Recti (but should).

Here’s how to check yourself!

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