20-minute workout to strengthen your Pelvic Floor
Remember, it is all about balance. This is true for many things in life including the pelvic floor, a balance between effort and ease.
We often think of needing to do more strengthening when we have a pelvic floor challenge but many times, we need to release tension.
Tight doesn't equal strong.
This workout balances effort and ease so you can have a balanced pelvic floor that is strong yet supple.
These 6 moves (3 effort and 3 ease) are a great way to train the pelvic floor with movement.
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About your Pelvic Floor
Your pelvic floor is the foundation of your core and is fundamental to SO MANY ASPECTS OF YOUR LIFE. The pelvic floor is a collection of muscles, nerves, tendons, blood vessels, ligaments, and connective tissue all interwoven into the pelvis.
The pelvic floor works in synergy with the breath and is an incredibly important part of the body that doesn’t get the attention it deserves. You may have heard the term kegel and while that is better than nothing, the conversation is much bigger than just ‘do your kegels’. They are not the end all be all of pelvic floor health but rather one piece of a bigger picture.
Strengthen your Pelvic Floor
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