Rather than think of pelvic floor issues as depressing matters that are super unfair - know that they can actually give you the opportunity to address your core strength and fitness at a deeper level than ever before, improving your skills in the process. What a gift!
This online program means you can learn your exercises whenever, wherever it suits you!
We conduct a consultation with eveyone who enrolls to set you up with the videos you need most and also include live 1-on-1 support for questions.
I have completed the gymnastics pelvic floor online program myself and the results have been remarkable. I am excited to help you or your gymnast overcome these unpleasant symptoms that get in the way of her sport. No other exercise plan or workout program I've ever done has come close to the results with this program.
Many women and girls think that leaking and vaginal flatulence is normal. Both can be signs of overly weak or overly tight pelvic floors. While they may be common, they are certainly not normal, and they can be fixed!
The program is appropriate for those who suffer from leaking or vaginal flatulence as well as those battling with prolapse. While prolapse most commonly occurs in postpartum women, women and teens who have never had children can also develop the condition. Oftentimes it comes from poor pressure management in our core system. Sometimes if you go to the doctor surgery is offered - but in many cases surgery is not necessary, and even if you get the surgery you will want to learn pressure management strategies anyway to make sure that your have a healthy and permanent recovery. This is why I think everyone should try these corrective exercises as a first step, which has no side effects other than a stronger core and less pain :)
The other thing to know about surgery is that it can sometimes fix a prolapse, but fail to eliminate the symptoms. A couple of the most common symptoms of prolapse are discomfort as well as leaking. Both of those can also exist due to other reasons such as an overly tight pelvic floor that can have nothing to do with prolapse. So learning how to get our pelvic floor tension just right - not too tight and not too loose - is important for all women.