Think about sitting in terms of reps.
If you sit one way all day long everyday, that’s THOUSANDS of “reps” you are doing.
Thousands of reinforcements to the nervous and musculoskeletal system to move and stay in this one position.
If we want to maintain health of our muscles and nerves to remain capable and balanced, we need to be moving our respective parts (including the pelvis ) through their FULL range of motion.
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Do you experience excessive bloating, constipation and or diarrhea when you’re about to get your period?
I 100% DO NOT believe in rules and formulas when it comes to working with the pelvic floor.
There are some very helpful guidelines and effective strategies for dealing with pelvic floor dysfunction and related injuries, but I will tell you that EVERY CLIENT I SEE IN-PERSON OR ONLINE presents with pelvic floor issues slightly differently and therefore we tailor their programming to their unique problems.
I first began to work with female athletes in 2004, they were high school track athletes.
Two days into the job, I realized how much our fitness and athletic performance is tied to our unique female anatomy and how being one of the only female coaches was going to mean I better have some tampons and pads handy 24/7.