Fitness

Getting back to being active is the first step towards getting back to being you.

 

Whether that means being able to go on a grocery run or run a 10K, being able to use our bodies to move and be active in the way we like to is an important step towards maintaining mental and emotional well being as we adjust to parenthood.

While strengthening, especially when performed with appropriate form and which is oriented towards the muscles of your core can help support your abdomen and the function of your pelvic floor. 

Some types of lifting, especially explosive, high-impact, heavy weight strength and fitness activities can negatively affect the pelvic floor. 

Foundations can get you back to lifting and on the path to returning to the rack and HIIT without exacerbating pelvic, low back and hip pain and leakage.