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So do what he said, your stomach is not going to blow up if you don't work it directly during your recovery.

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This morning he said I can resume "normal" activities. I asked about working out he said light weights, NO abdominal work (sit ups, crunches) or anythng that puts excess strain on the abdominal wall. I just want something I can start doing now that I can increase as I feel better.

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If your doctor told you not to workout, you don't workout.

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Thanks, guess I'll start with bike, light upper body work and slowly introduce more as the pain and swelling subside.

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Not sure, since abs are a key part of your core. Any thing involving movement uses your core in some way. Any lifting, pushing or pulling against any resistence - you instinctively contract abdominal muscles (I hope).

Start with walking, low resistance bike, row, etc.

Light weights added gradually for lifting. Listen to your body. Don't advance too quickly.

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Two weeks after my hernia surgery and being told I cannot do ANY abdominal exercise. What can I do to work my core without stressing the abdominal cavity?

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