video 1: core + floor
Release tight hips to free up your deep core muscles, then learn classic core moves with groundbreaking cues.
Focused core & pelvic floor training after pregnancy & birth – whether that was 6 months or 6 years ago – helps restore connection and confidence, as well as prevent symptoms like leakage, pressure, low back pain & more.
USE AT YOUR OWN RISK: This website is for informational purposes only. Consult a physician before performing this or any exercise program. It is your responsibility to evaluate your own medical and physical condition, and to independently determine whether to perform, use or adapt any of the information or content on this website. Any exercise program may result in injury. By voluntarily undertaking any exercise displayed on this website, you assume the risk of any resulting injury.
reset the way you think about core + floor training
MYTH: Eventually you “graduate” from pelvic floor exercises.
Pelvic floor function is something all humans desperately need, regardless of gender, fitness level or birth status. In fact, deep core and pelvic floor training have now crossed over to mainstream female AND male weightlifting and athletics. Pregnancy & birth might be the first time you notice these systems are lacking — but, hey, you probably didn’t deal a lot with back pain or wonky knees in your teens or early 20s, either. Welcome to midlife!
⚡️HAPPY TRUTH⚡️ Taking care of your deep core is a lifelong pursuit.
Just as with other joints & muscles of your body, your core + floor may sometimes need more attention, rest or strengthening to be well. Learning to breathe well and connect to your core is essential, but full body mobility and strength are key to pelvic floor function, too. No need to let your pelvic floor hold you back from enjoying sports, exercise and life; you just need to know how to modify and move your body with pelvic floor awareness. We got you!
find your core + pelvic floor “why”
Let’s chat! ? What’s the MOST important reason you want a stronger core? To get back to running? To feel less back pain? Or maybe to carry your littles more easily?