Women of all ages need a strong pelvic floor.
Even if you don’t have any current issues, it’s important to start doing exercises that will help keep those muscles strong in order to avoid any problems that can come up – it can start from leaking a little when you sneeze, laugh or jump.
The great news is that it doesn’t take a lot of movement to work them, so you can start with a couple of these super simple exercises and slowly increase the intensity.* Here are 5 daily exercises that you can add in to keep those pelvic floor muscles strong.
Many of these gentle movements are perfect when you’re constantly out and about, so you can easily do them throughout the day, whenever, wherever – from standing in line waiting, sitting down in your car or when laying in bed.
By making these targeted exercises part of your daily routine, you can expect results to better support your bladder, bowel, uterus and rectum.
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*Consult your healthcare professional to ensure that you are mindful of your current health and any restrictions or movements that are appropriate for you.
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