Michelle Bridges blasted as ‘irresponsible’ for posting post-natal workout tips

Fit parents: Steve Willis and Michelle Bridges. Photo: Don ArnoldMichelle Bridges can’t seem to put a very fit foot right.

Despite a disclaimer reminding people she is a professional with 30 years of training behind her, and therefore not your typical new mum, Bridges has been criticised for posting her post-natal workout online.

The 45-year-old and her partner, Steve ‘Commando’ Willis, welcomed their first child, baby boy Axel, on December 19.    Thank you for all the messages of love! ❤️A photo posted by Michelle Bridges (@mishbridges) on Dec 21, 2015 at 1:52pm PST

After receiving questions from other mums asking what training she has been doing since giving birth one month ago, Bridges uploaded a post replying that she has started jogging.    #MBactive only available @bigwaustraliaA photo posted by Michelle Bridges (@mishbridges) on Jan 11, 2016 at 4:35pm PST

Given that new mums are generally advised against running for three months after birth, the response to the post was unsurprising.

“If an individual decides to jog soon after giving birth, this is their choice,” Women In Focus Physiotherapy posted to their Facebook page on Friday.

“However as a public figure encouraging women who’s [sic] body types, birth and fitness histories are unknown, to start jogging is quite frankly concerning. It could potentially cause a woman more harm than good in these early stages, especially to the pelvic floor and the ligaments that support the bladder, uterus and bowel.”  

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