Pelvic floor exercises have become increasingly popular
with celebrity wellness gurus in recent years, from Kourtney Kardashian’s “Kegel boxing” to Gwyneth Paltrow’s jade egg. Though this may seem like just another silly trend, the truth is that exercising your pelvic floor properly is one of the best ways to counteract incontinence (involuntary urinating), which is caused by a weak pelvic floor.
Our muscles naturally weaken as we age, and the pelvic floor is no exception.
The good news is that there are a number of effective, low-impact workout routines that you can do to specifically target your pelvic floor muscles. Take a look at the guide from Rory below for workout instructions, breathing practices to incorporate into your routine, and tips for following the pelvic floor diet.