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4 Essential Moves To Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor

These pelvic floor exercises will reduce your risk of incontinence, improve your sexual health, and boost your core strength and stability.

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Pelvic Floor Exercises Infographic | Everything you need to know about keeping your pelvic floor toned, supple, strong... + functioning! #PelvicFloor #Core #PostPartum

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What are the Best Pelvic Floor Exercises to use After Having a Baby - We know they're important but what can you do to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles other than kegels? Quite a bit actually! Here are 8 great pelvic floor exercises that can be used right after you have your baby.

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from IntiFit

Premium Kegel Exercise Kit

Intifit Premium Kegel Exercise Kit | IntiFit kegel exercise devices can benefit women by creating strength and tone in vaginal wall and pelvic floor muscles that enhance a number of intimate situations, and by providing a therapeutic benefit for many pelvic floor conditions. When used properly, these devices have the ability to stimulate intimacy, enhance orgasms, arouse partners, fight vaginal and rectal prolapse, and cure urinary stress incontinence.

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from POPSUGAR Fitness

3 Exercises to Strengthen the Pelvic Floor

3 exercises to strengthen the pelvic floor. I love my son who was 10lbs at birth, but 18 months later and I can't jump on a trampoline without peeing myself... I need to work these PCs!

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from Prevention

4 Yoga Poses To Help Beat Your Sneaky Leak

Yoga Poses To Strengthen Pelvic Floor And Prevent Incontinence - relax the pelvic floor on each inhale and contract it on each exhale

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from Cosmopolitan

Passionate Pilates: 10 Pelvic Floor Exercises That Will Lead to Hot, Strong Sex

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from goop

The Secrets of the Pelvic Floor

If you've never had your pelvic floor released, consider hunting down an integrative structural specialist: It's a weird sensation, for sure, and generally reveals a shocking revelation. While you might assume that this muscle web that acts as a "hammock" for your undercarriage would be stretched out (particularly if you've had kids), it's generally the opposite. on goop.com. http://goop.com/the-secrets-of-the-pelvic-floor/

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