Pelvic Floor and Core + Why It’s So Important

Have you ever wondered if you should be training your pelvic floor? And what even is the pelvic floor? It’s actually a group of hammock like muscles that help to support your bowel, bladder…( and the uterus and vagina in women). The pelvic floor also helps to aid us in stability as it is one of the four muscles making up our “inner core” that stabilizes our lower back and pelvis. The pelvic floor muscles also help to prevent the leakage of urine, feces, and gas; this is also referred to as sphincteric function. Just to clarify, both women and men have pelvic floor muscles. Obviously, the male anatomy is slightly different, but the same muscles exist, and these muscles have the same functions in both men and women.

As you can see, these muscles have extremely important functions in our bodies and are often neglected in most training programs. That is why I specifically designed this program to help you learn the proper breathing techniques in order to relax your pelvic floor along with an 8 week program that will help strengthen those muscles. These workouts will only take you around 15 minutes 2-3x per week with absolutely zero equipment. I promise that after just a few weeks using my new program, you will start to see and feel the difference. I can’t wait to read about your success stories with it!

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