Pelvic floor exercises you need to be doing

Do you need to strengthen your pelvic floor? Or perhaps heal pelvic floor dysfunction? 

You may be reading this and know right away, “Yes! This is me!” 

Or, you may be reading this having never really thought about the health and function of your pelvic floor.

Either way, this post is for you.

No matter your age or stage of life, maintaining a healthy pelvic floor is crucial to developing a strong core, preventing back pain, and avoiding other annoying symptoms (i.e. peeing when you sneeze, leaking when you laugh, pain during intercourse, pain in your butt (literally), the list goes on…)

Since I’m in the postpartum season, restoring my pelvic floor function is definitely on my mind, so I thought it would be helpful to share a round up of posts I’ve written on this topic.

Remember these can be helpful for you whether you’ve never been pregnant, have been pregnant multiple times, are in your twenties, in your thirties, or in your sixties. Pelvic floor health is important for EVERYONE.

I hope you find this round up helpful!





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  1. Sandra 2 years ago

    Thank you Robin this post is exactly what I need right now.

  2. Rose Wine 2 years ago

    I was looking for floor exercises blog. very helpful blog. Thanks Jordin

  3. Christina 2 years ago

    Hi there,
    Pelvic floor exercises are the most powerful in improving bladder and bowel control, reduce the risk of prolapse, improve recovery from childbirth and gynaecological surgery.

    It is very much needed for me.
    I come to know more about that when reading your post…

  4. Abus Padlocks 1 year ago

    It is well known that exercise boosts oxygen into the body.
    The pelvic floor is a group of muscles–in both men and women–that support your spine, help control your bladder, and help control your bladder, and help with sexual functions.
    It is one of the best exercises to do at home.

    Thanks for sharing…

  5. property investors 1 year ago

    Hi Jordin Tinar,
    Thank you for sharing about pelvic floor exercises.
    For better health exercise it must be required to exercise daily. I search other resources they say that To strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, sit comfortably and squeeze the muscles 10-15 times in a row. Don’t hold your breath or tighten your stomach, buttock or thigh muscles at the same time.
    You also provide nice information…

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