Kegels. Are you doing them correctly?

Pelvic floor muscle exercises are crucial for preventing incontinence, optimizing core stability, and lead to better orgasms. Pretty great reasons to get on board! Imagine the pelvic floor muscles are like a hammock extending from the pubic bone in the front to the tailbone in the back. Draw the center of the hammock up into the vaginal canal. Not sure if you are getting a squeeze and a lift? A common mistake when performing these exercises is to bulge down and push the abdomen out. Check your technique with a mirror or your finger. Integrate these exercises with your daily routine – when sitting, in yoga class, and waiting in line at your favorite coffee shop. Your multitasking will benefit you three fold!

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