No gym? No problem!
“Waiting for the elevator! Obliques and hips! 3 sets 5 on each side!” she posted on Instagram, as she does leg lifts in heels and a dress.
1,2,3 hold….1,2,3 hold…can you make 60 seconds????😘 Heading off to parent night at Carmen's school (way too dressed up for this) then to host with my hubby for @usahola ❤️💛❤️! Hence the outfit💃🏻@carmenmarcvalvo . Then run back home for 🍼🍼duty…. It's a marathon and I'm loving every step. Sound up for fairytale abs 🦄 #366daysoflivingclearly #hilarialcm #holausa #laespumadelavida
Baldwin, a yoga instructor, dealt with criticism for working out just ten days after giving birth, but explained that she had full permission from her doctor.
“Every body is different. Every pregnancy is different. My pregnancy, birth and recovery is between ME AND MY DOCTOR. As yours should be,” she wrote on Instagram. “This is my third baby … so obviously I’ve done this before.”
“Fitness is my job … which means my body is accustomed to working out. I ran through much of my pregnancy and worked out throughout the entirety of it. So please: stop with the negativity about me just having a baby. I don’t want to sit down, lay down and do nothing. That’s not what my body is telling me it wants and needs.”