The last pillar of healing at Motivate when training postpartum care for those with DRA, is to  strengthen core muscles during functional activities. This is important because even if people know the exercises to strengthen core muscles,  they need to know how to recruit the core muscles during functional activities, e.g sit to stand, squatting, kneeling, lifting a baby carrier, and so on-you know, life tasks.

Once core stability has returned and strength has achieved, transition to functional mobility is the final goal at Motivate. Recruiting core muscles will help to keep the connective tissue stable and support body during functional movements. At Motivate we work on correct Biomechanics with recruitment of core muscles that helps to maintain strength of core muscles and correct the abdominal separation.