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Pelvic floor exercises

Pelvic floor exercises help to strengthen the muscles of the pelvic floor which come under great strain in pregnancy and childbirth.

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The pelvic floor · Pelvic Floor First

The pelvic floor is the base of the group of muscles referred to as your ‘core'.

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Using babies as weights while exercising · Returning to sport or exercise after birth · Pelvic Floor First

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Signs of a pelvic floor problem · The pelvic floor · Pelvic Floor First

Pelvic floor problems can occur when the pelvic floor muscles are stretched, weakened or too tight.

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The pelvic floor and core · The pelvic floor · Pelvic Floor First

The pelvic floor muscles form the base of the group of muscles commonly called the ‘core’.

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Pelvic floor friendly exercises · Pelvic Floor First

Pelvic floor friendly exercises refer to exercises that place less stress on your pelvic floor.

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The pelvic floor and step workouts · Cardio exercises · Pelvic Floor First

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Women · Working your pelvic floor · Pelvic Floor First

Pelvic floor muscle exercises for women

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Pelvic floor friendly cardio exercises · Pelvic floor friendly exercises · Pelvic Floor First

There are a range of cardio exercises that are pelvic floor safe

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The pelvic floor and core exercises · Pelvic floor friendly exercises · Pelvic Floor First

There are a number of ways to modify your core exercises to protect your pelvic floor

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