The pelvic floor is a powerful little set of muscles that sits like a hammock between your tailbone and pubic bone. Hidden, but very important, it lifts and holds your core, affecting core stability, bladder control and even sex.

Why exercise?

Weak pelvic floor muscles are likely to cause more than half of all women bladder, sex or prolapse problems. Physical activities and life events like impact sports, pregnancy, and giving birth weaken these muscles. When done correctly, however, kegels develop muscle tone and maintain strength.

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