pelvic floor

People talk about muscle imbalances and mobility work all the time, but they're neglecting an important area.
Primal movement, pelvic floor health, and how to perform and feel better? What more is there to talk about?
Kegels are often the blanket recommendation for a healthy pelvic floor. Katy Bowman suggests they're not all they're cracked up to be.
The two greatest contributing factors for female athletes are poor body image and fear of unplanned pregnancy.
Losing urine during a workout isn’t okay, and isn’t a badge of honor as to how hard you worked. Here's what's really going on and how you can stop peeing yourself.
The lower core muscles attach at the pelvis and pubic bone. Touch them. If you want to be able to control and strengthen these muscles you first need to build your awareness of them.