Getting Back to Exercise

Have you recently given birth, sustained an injury, or gotten surgery? Want to get back into running but don't know where to start?

Exercise and activity require strength and stability - not only in your arms and legs but your core too! Your pelvic floor, diaphragm, abs, and back muscles work as a dynamic team to give you support when you move. This program gives you the tools to improve your alignment and muscle control for optimal performance.

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The Power of the Pelvic Floor

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Understand the function of the pelvic floor and how it moves in relation to the abdomen and the diaphragm.

Equipment: none

To train the pelvic floor for fitness we need to take the next steps beyond Kegels. To do that the pelvic floor needs to be trained the way it actually functions and in the way we train other muscles in the body.

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Getting Back to Exercise

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Teach Your Pelvic Floor a New Trick
Teach Your Pelvic Floor a New Trick
Prepare to Move It, Move It
Prepare to Move It, Move It
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Continue only if pain-free
Continue only if pain-free
Continue only if pain-free
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