Is rebounding good for the #pelvic floor? first thoughts
I am honest: I do not have a strong pelvic floor. It is common for women who did not have the opportunity to rebuild their pelvic floor after a second baby and also for those of us who have been sexually abused, because we just do not want to think about this area of our body.
Nevertheless, having a good pelvic floor is very important as Dr Belisa Vranich (https://goop.com/wellness/sexual-health/the-secrets-of-the-pelvic-floor/) explains on the amazing interview Tera Warner did of her: https://goop.com/wellness/sexual-health/the-secrets-of-the-pelvic-floor/
Kegels are a good way to rebuild our pelvic floor and so is yoga.
Recently, I did some rebounding with my children and was shock and ashamed to discover I really could do better to get a stronger pelvic floor. I plan on having a rebounder in the garden (soon) for the three of us. The opinions about how rebounding can help us get a stronger pelvic floor are contradictory. I have the intuition it is good for me and loved this article from Goop about it entitled “The secrets of the pelvic floor”: https://goop.com/wellness/sexual-health/the-secrets-of-the-pelvic-floor/
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