Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Build a Better House

Ladies, you’ve just completed the most athletic endeavor of your entire life (or really the most physically demanding experience that any human can endure): you’ve been pregnant for many months and then gave birth or had a c-section in order to finally hold your baby(ies) in your arms. Let’s just say that during that processContinue reading “Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Build a Better House”

Speed Peeing and JIC’ing: Bladder Habits Gone Rogue

Whether you’re a mother x 1, 2 or 3 (or more) kiddos, you know your days of using the bathroom alone are limited. Either someone is staring at you while you’re doing your business or your littles are banging on the door waiting for you to come out. Many habits change for postpartum moms becauseContinue reading “Speed Peeing and JIC’ing: Bladder Habits Gone Rogue”

Your pelvic floor muscles are 30% sprinters, 70% marathoners. Part 2.

If you caught up with us in part 1, you may be nodding your head thinking “oh, well that makes sense. I’ve definitely tried kegels here and there but I’m still leaking, my back still sort of hurts, and my vagina still doesn’t feel right.” In part 1, we chatted about what it means toContinue reading “Your pelvic floor muscles are 30% sprinters, 70% marathoners. Part 2.”

Your pelvic floor muscles are 30% sprinters, 70% marathoners. Part 1.

That’s right. Your pelvic floor muscles are 30% fast twitch fibers and 70% slow twitch fibers. That means doing traditional kegels is really only getting 30% of function (think: sort of like using sprints to train for a marathon…which seems silly doesn’t it?!). And let’s be real. Many days or weeks in a postpartum mother’sContinue reading “Your pelvic floor muscles are 30% sprinters, 70% marathoners. Part 1.”