ou've heard the planks, crunches, and sit ups aren't ideal for pregnancy and postpartum moms, so how on earth are you suppose to train your core?
Your core is actually an intricate system that includes your pelvic floor and most core training is more about the superficial (6-pack). As this muscle structure changes during your pregnancy, your core is greatly impacted leaving many women struggling to regain core strength, stability, and even appearance long after their baby is born.
Your pelvic floor is just like any muscle group and can be strengthened by the right kind of exercises.
The right way to do a kegel (Kegels are not meant for everyone and most women are doing them wrong.)
How dysfunction in your core and pelvic floor may lead to incontinence or prolapse
Strategic lifestyle changes can improve your core and pelvic health
Specific exercise to condition your pelvic floor muscles
The importance of alignment and how to reduce back, hip, and neck pain
Training and movement techniques to restore core and pelvic function
ou will leave this workshop with a better understanding of your body awareness, learn how to prevent and treat pelvic floor dysfunctions,more effective exercises that will give you a strong and stable core, as well as learn how to properly assess yourself for diastasic recti.
The Post-Baby Rehab program was designed with the latest in pelvic health research to be more effective at strengthening the pelvic floor.
You can prevent and treat core as well as pelvic floor dysfunction, and in most cases avoid the need for surgery. For those who have already had surgery, pelvic floor training can reduce the chance of account symptoms.
This is also a great option for prenatal and postnatal women who want to maintain core and pelvic strength.