I'm Renee Byrd with LIVESTRONG.COM, here to talk about easy ways to lose that post pregnancy belly. Losing that post pregnancy belly can be so frustrating. The important thing you have to remember, number one, don't begin any workout program until you're ready. But once your body is ready, just try to get moving slowly. Maybe join a group fitness workout, things to keep you motivated, a Yoga class to restrengthen your core. But most important, you've got to remember that calories count. You can't spot reduce, you can't pick a spot of your body and burn that in a set area. So, the best thing to do, is begin cutting your calories, about 250 to 500 calories each and every day. In addition, incorporate your cardio, but don't forget, you've got to do some strength training. Strength training, plus cardio, proper nutrition, cutting out some carbs, increasing your protein. It's an overall deal, in order to decrease your fat in your mid-section. Performing a proper crunch. I'm going to show you guys, how to do a proper crunch. O.k., so, you want to make sure that your chest is out. And when you place your hands behind your head, make sure that your elbows are out of your eyesight. And they're pushed back as far as you can get them, into to even, even with your back. Now, as you're doing the crunch, you want to make sure that you exhale, on the lift, and inhale, when you return to the bottom. Plank exercises. The next great exercise, is a plank. So, what you're going to do here, is you're going to make sure that your body weight is shifted forward, or you can go up into a top plank. Shift your eyesight over at your fingertips, up on your toes and make sure you pull your abs in and push your back flat. Again, I'm Renee Byrd with LIVESTRONG.COM, we just talked about how to lose that post pregnancy belly.