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Chelsea Clinton Expecting First Child, Time to Work On ‘Inner Baby Carriage’

April 18, 2014

Chelsea Clinton Expecting First Child, Time to Work On ‘Inner Baby Carriage’

The news that Chelsea Clinton is expecting her first child this Fall, and now is the time the new mother-to-be needs to work on what fitness expert Jill Miller calls “the inner baby carriage.”

Clinton, the 34-year-old daughter of former President Bill Clinton and ex-Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, announced Thursday that she and her husband, Marc Mezvinsky, are expecting their first child this fall.


“Marc and I are very excited that we have our first child arriving later this year and I certainly feel all the better whether it’s a girl or a boy that she or he will grow up in a world with so many strong female leaders,” Clinton said in New York, joined by her mother at a Clinton Foundation event on empowering women. “I just hope I will be as good a mom to my child and hopefully children as my mom was to me,” she said.

Jill Miller


Known as the creator of Yoga Tune Up, and as the “body whisperer,” “the pain abolitionist,” and now as a regular contributor to OWN, new mother Jill Miller recommends that any newly pregnant women or those planning for it to prepare and perfect breathing and core strengthening.

Miller says,

“Improve your ‘inner baby carriage’ during pregnancy. This empowers you to carry your baby for 9 months pain-free inside of you and be better prepared for the rigors of motherhood after baby’s born.Most women do not train their innermost abdominals correctly during pregnancy. Innermost abdominals …aka “inner baby carriage”… are the deep core muscles responsible for posture, breath and for pushing, especially helpful during labor. Many women develop unnecessary aches and pains throughout their pregnancies because of poor posture, bad breathing habits and the wrong kind of exercise. My Coregeous® program addresses the essentials women need to learn so that they can manage the massive shifts throughout their structure and actually become stronger and healthier as a result.”

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