This week on “It’s Not TMI” I am talking all about kegels!
5 reasons kegel exercises may not be appropriate for your pelvic floor.
- Kegels are not specific
- If you have a tight pelvic floor, doing kegels may make your dysfunction worse
- Most women do not do kegels effectively
- Kegels are typically not done dynamically or applied to functional exercise
- The pelvic floor is only ONE aspect of our deep core (working together with our diaphragm, deep abdominals and low back muscles)
Click on the video link below to learn more about kegels and if they are a good exercise for you.
And yes….I did reference a T-rex, I just watched Jurassic World on Netflix.