A strong core is important for your pelvic health, but did you know stretching is just as important as strengthening?
Want to strengthen your core? Try this exercise progression.
Normally, when people think about exercises for core strength, they think about crunches.
It’s not uncommon for women to experience low back pain or sacroiliac joint pain during and after pregnancy.
A robust core is not only crucial in preparing for the physical demands of pregnancy but also in aiding recovery postpartum.
When you think of a strong core, do six pack abs come to mind?
Our core is made of a host of muscles (not just the ones responsible for the six pack); with the pelvic floor playing a major supportive role.
Has urinary leakage made the “sneeze and cross” second nature?
In this blog, we’ll discuss the prevalence of urinary incontinence, its causes, and most importantly, we’ll guide you through three exercises that can improve your pelvic floor strength and prevent urinary leakage.