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Rebecca Judd Ignores Medical Advice Following Twin Birth

Rebecca Judd only gave birth to twin boys just four weeks ago.

However, she has defied experts advice to wait for six weeks of healing time before hitting the gym.

Judd, 33, posed for an Instagram photo between exercises on Wednesday and told her followers she was back on the spin bike and ‘feeling great.’



'A HUGE shout out to Shira Kramer and her team of women's health physiotherapists at @beactivephysio for keeping me fit and strong during my pregnancy (all 3 of my pregnancies actually),' she began.

'I did clinical Pilates and prenatal exercise classes 2-3 times a week and credit them with the fact that I'm feeling great, have a strong core, minimal ab separation despite measuring 47 weeks the day I delivered the twins (!!!)...'

Judd’s fan took no time to begin praising the Melbourne mother-of-four as an ‘inspiration’.

We made it! This photo exhausts me just looking at it. 😴. #lockdownmode #feedburpsleeprepeat

A photo posted by Rebecca Judd (@becjudd) on



However, as reported by the Daily Mail, the Better Health Victoria website, recommends new mother should wait at least ‘six weeks after birth’ before returning to gym as ‘most of the changes that occur during pregnancy will have returned to normal.'

The website does also state that every mother is different, so as Bec is known for her fit and healthy lifestyle, it is likely she should benefit from exercising so early on.

Bec, who is the wife of former AFL star Chris Judd, 33, delivered newborns Tom and Darcy via emergency caesarian in September.

'Super Dad! Thank you, everyone, for all of your good wishes,' she wrote on Instagram.



'Tom Andrew Judd and Darcy Hugh Judd arrived via emergency c-sec yesterday at 12:43 pm and 12:44 pm respectively at 35 weeks gestation.

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