Ashley Graham’s Trainer Quinn Fischman Offers Tips for Targeting Abs Postpartum

The supermodel and mom of three noted she’s embracing her ‘mommy pooch.’
Ashley Graham

Ashley Graham.

Ashley Graham took some time out of her busy schedule as a supermodel and mom of three to share some fitness insights, straight from her trainer, Quinn Fischman.

The three-time SI Swimsuit star took to TikTok earlier this week after a workout session with Fischman to get the personal trainer’s tips and tricks for targeting abs, or as Graham referred to it, “a mommy pouch,” after giving birth. The 35-year-old is a mom of three, and shares her young boys Isaac, Roman and Malachi with hubby Justin Ervin.

“You need to focus on breath work and starting to engage those core muscles, intrinsic core muscles, so breath work, working at expanding the abdomen, closing the abdomen, you gotta start from within,” Fischman advised.

The fitness pro noted that in order to glean results, you should focus on breath work practice and core engagement for 10 to 15 minutes every day.

“O.K., as a busy mother, I think I can do it,” Graham stated after initially appearing unsure. She further noted in her caption, “In conclusion, I’ll probably always have a mommy pouch - I earned it! Just gonna work hard to stay healthy and happy! 🥰.”

“THANK YOU FOR TALKING ABOUT THIS!!” one of the model’s 1.8 million TikTok followers wrote in the comments section.

“More of this please,” someone else pleaded.

“😂😂 This is the best advice and most entertaining ❤️,” another person applauded. “keep inspiring us girl.”

“Needed this video 🥰,” an additional fan stated.

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