About one year into building my fitness business, I was diagnosed with pelvic organ prolapse and told by my PT, “No more exercise.”
I was DEVASTATED. On a personal level, WHAT THE HECK WOULD I DO WITHOUT EXERCISE?Read More
I know it can be frustrating when you have to do EXTRA things just to feel normal like everyone else, but there are MYRIAD reasons why your body is asking for extra attention…Read More
But we aren’t all given the tools (or courage) required to engage in conversations that help us determine when a client’s body, particularly their pelvic floor, is not responding well to training.
How often is a coach saying to their client:
“We’re working on clean and jerks today, but you need to be honest with me and with yourself if at any point you begin leaking anything (fecal or urine), experiences low back pain, tailbone pain, pelvic pressure or the frequent urge to urinate during or after our workouts,” ???