Pelvic Floor: Do you feel in control?Oct 01, 2019
Did you know that 50% of women have bladder leaks after pregnancy, and that 1 in 3 women in this country suffer from bladder leaks daily. You, or the women you work out with are likely to have suffered bladder leaks at some point in their lives. The bad news is that once you start leaking, it will often get worse.
There is however, good news. You or your clients don’t need to suffer and struggle with leak proof underwear, pads, etc. There is a solution. There is however, good news. You or your clients don’t need to suffer and struggle with leak proof underwear, pads, etc. There is a solution.
Bladder weakness or urinary incontinence is not usually a bladder issue at all. It is a muscle issue. Pelvic floor muscles (the muscles in the base of your pelvis that control the flow of urine) are like all other muscles in the body and can be trained (at any age) to work properly.
Because you are in the fitness field, you have an advantage…you already like to move.
Yes, movement is going to be the solution for you and your clients.
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