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Three moves for Pelvic Floor Training



Fayth Caruso

Fayth is showing three moves to strengthen the muscles of the Pelvic Floor.

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What size ball are you using a 7 in or 9 in? Thanks

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Renay Bloom

These are great tips. Clear instructions. Thank you. Size of ball?

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Barbara Morris

The music is distracting. It makes it difficult to focus on what Fayth is saying.

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Debbie Malone

Great video! Rebounding has helped me tremendously with strengthening pelvic muscles.

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Jennifer Maeve

good to know - will do these in class tomorrow 

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Kristy Urquhart

I used a yoga block instead of a ball.  Worked ok for me

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Bounce Babe

Wonderful!  I will use this one often after my regular workout.  Great cuing!

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Same to all the other comments.. please give more info on what ball to buy/use? Thank you :-)

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Sarah Mitchell

If you don't have a ball or yoga block I have used a rolled up towel, and it worked great.

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Pamela Miles

In response to Kristy Urquhart (View post):

I used a yoga block instead of a ball.  Worked ok for me

Kristy - I intuitively did the same thing when I saw the need for the prop and didn't have a ball on hand. I simply love the Bellicon but definately needed the additional work to strengthen the pelvic floor. I think this video should be a part of any beginner series for women.  

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