Pelvic Floor Strength is an educational site for women wishing to understand how to perform a wide range of Pelvic Floor Exercises not just a Kegel.
Pelvic Floor Strength Instructor Lara Eardley has developed over 20 pelvic floor exercises that a woman can perform in the privacy of her own body, with no external movement to be seen.
Lara Eardley is a pelvic floor strength instructor passionately eradicating incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse and pelvic floor dysfunction in women through strengthening the muscles of the pelvic floor for power and endurance.
In August 2012 the Womens Weekly Health Magazine called me the leader in my field in this country. She is a pioneer in the field of pelvic floor strength and I have developed over 20 easy internal exercises that when performed properly cannot be seen outwardly, these exercises have been extremely successful helping women cure fibroids, endometriosis, haemorrhoids and more.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column]
Decades of leading a sedentary lifestyle, sitting slouching and relaxing in comfortable chairs instead of squatting on your haunches as once we used to do, has meant that for many people – women and men alike, and not just post-childbirth – their pelvic muscles are slack and weak. Just like all other muscles, if you don’t use them, you lose them. Luckily however, just as the muscle mass of an individual’s biceps or pectorals can be strengthened and sculpted with weights and exercise, so too a persons pelvic muscles can be strengthened and made taut, no matter what your age.
The muscle of primary importance here is the Pubococcygeus (PC) muscle which spans a wider range than any other skeletal muscle, interwoven and surrounded by four sets of other pelvic muscles, it is the master muscle of the pelvis. Slung like a hammock from front to back and unlike any other muscle, it can recover its function even after years of disuse, sometimes in a matter of weeks. When it is healthy it is fit and taut and held in a straight line.
To get the best out of your body you must cultivate a simple understanding of how it works. Looking at these medical illustrations of the internal anatomy of your pelvis you can easily see how large and complex these lower muscle structures and diaphragms are. Analysing these stunning drawings enables your intelligence to gift you with an awareness of the enormous potential for physical strength, control and sensation within this mysterious and sacred area.
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