3 Myths About Post-Baby Hip Problems

3 Myths About Post-Baby Hip Problems

If you’re like most people struggling with hip pain and discomfort, you’ve probably found yourself deep in the internet researching causes and cures and watching YouTube videos to figure out what, if anything, you can do to address your hip issues.  If that’s the...

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Why Pregnancy Hurt Your Hips

Why Pregnancy Hurt Your Hips

Pregnancy does not hurt everyone’s hips...but if pregnancy impacted your hips, you KNOW it.    Your hips may feel loosey-goosey and unstable.  You may feel chronic tightness and tension.  You may feel like your SI joint is unstable or constantly...

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Best Pelvic Floor Massager

Best Pelvic Floor Massager

If you are in a hurry and just want to find out our top pick for best pelvic floor massager, we recommend the Intimate Rose Pelvic Wand. Pee-Sneezes Suck! Did you know? One in four women struggle with pelvic floor disorders, and research shows, as women age, this...

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4 Ways To Release An Overactive Pelvic Floor

4 Ways To Release An Overactive Pelvic Floor

If your pelvic floor is overactive, your goal is to find ways to release and relax those muscles.  (If you're asking...how do I know if my pelvic floor is overactive? Head over to this post for our guide.)  In an overactive pelvic floor, the muscles are chronically...

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Pelvic Floor Weakness: Under or Over Active Muscles?

Pelvic Floor Weakness: Under or Over Active Muscles?

An extremely common issue for postpartum women is pelvic floor weakness. This is a main contributor to the common postpartum complaint of leaking pee. Jumping on the trampoline, sneezing, or even laughing can all cause urine leakage with a weak pelvic floor. So how do...

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Walking Alignment Tips For A Strong Core

Walking Alignment Tips For A Strong Core

  If you’ve suffered from pelvic floor issues or a lack of core strength, you may have already ditched your 3-mile run. But you shouldn’t give up on lacing up your shoes and getting out the door. Instead of running, try walking. Walking your former running route...

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Postpartum Crunches: When and How To Do Them Safely

Postpartum Crunches: When and How To Do Them Safely

If you’ve done any research on postpartum core strength or diastasis recti, you’ve likely seen conflicting information on crunches.  “Never do them again!” “They are the only/best way to heal your core!” Confusing, no?  Well, like most things in life, the...

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