Pelvic Floor Workout

Pelvic Floor Workout

Pelvic Floor Workouts are important for everyone.

Especially moms and moms to be…

A lot of times, we are working our pelvic floor during basic exercises and don’t even know! Crazy, right?!

Some basic exercises that work the pelvic floor would be, squats, lunges, and bridges.

The most infamous workout for pelvic floor is kegel! Which is great because you can do it anywhere and no one would even know.

You might be wondering what is a pelvic floor?

Your pelvic floor is made up of muscles, ligaments and tissue. It goes from your pubic bone at the front of your body to the base of your spine at the back. Think of it like a sheet of paper holding everything in there! haha

During weight gain or pregnancy, the muscles can become over-stretched and weak which makes it harder to hold your pee in when you sneeze this is known as incontinence. It can also make sex less enjoyable.

Why is it important to keep it strong?

  • It gives you control over when you empty your bladder and your bowels.
  • It allows for sexual functioning by keeping your vaginal muscles toned.
  • Helps reduce queefing.
  • It stabilizes your hip, pelvis and lower back joints.

Now let’s go into some moves to help you strengthen it!

  • Butterfly Bridge
  • Kneeling Squat
  • Bird/Dog

I posted a video of these moves so you can be sure to perform them correctly. These moves also help tone the legs, booty and core!

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1 comment

I love it & can not wait to start!!

How many reps of each movement do you suggest?

Also in exercise #2 (kneeling squats) are your knees close together or pushed apart?

Thank you in advance!!

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