Prenatal Pelvic Floor

Should I Wear A Waist Trainer In The Gym?
Waist trainers are enjoying a recent resurgence in popularity (thanks in large part to some well-known reality TV stars), and it's no wonder we're seeing them everywhere these days. If you're wondering whether or not you might benefit from wearing...
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The 4 Biggest Myths About Core Training During Pregnancy
Core training is actually one of the most important things you can do for your health during pregnancy. Consistently training your core can help relieve back and pelvic pain, help you have a more comfortable pregnancy, and even improve your...
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Post-Pregnancy Workouts: How A Pregnancy Expert Does It
Your body — and your life — go through some pretty exciting changes between the end of pregnancy to early postpartum. Big things are happening, and your exercise routine will reflect all of that. If you're pregnant, you may not...
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5 [MORE] Myths of Strength Training in Pregnancy
There is a ton of misleading information available about strength training during pregnancy, with #3 being the most pervasive.  Are you falling prey to any of these 5 myths? Note from GGS: Remember to verify with your healthcare professionals that you have...
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How Do I Know If I Have Diastasis Recti?
Diastasis recti is the abdominal separation that commonly occurs in pregnancy. It’s thought that perhaps many, if not all women experience some degree of abdominal separation and expansion of the abdominal wall in pregnancy because of the growing baby. It...
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Fat Loss For New Moms
The weeks and months after baby are some of the most intense of the human experience. Sleep deprivation, sky high emotions ranging from sheer terror to sheer joy, and the surreal experience of trying to make your peace with a...
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Can I Exercise With Pelvic Organ Prolapse?
If you’ve given birth, whether vaginally or via C-section, you owe it to your current and future health to have a good understanding about prolapse. What is pelvic organ prolapse? In Pelvic Organ Prolapse, or POP, one or more pelvic...
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Exercising After C-Section: How to Train Clients Safely
In the United States, 85 percent of women will get pregnant in their lifetime (and that number is higher in other countries). While the majority of women will have vaginal births, about 32 percent will have C-sections. And the percentage...
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How to Work Out After A C-Section
If you’ve had one or multiple C-sections, or perhaps you have an upcoming scheduled Caesarian, you might be wondering how to safely return to exercise after such a surgery. You might also be wondering what exercises and type of workouts...
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