How’s your pelvic floor health? In good shape? Did you know you could be doing your kegels wrong? Did you know that overall being strong improves your pelvic floor health? Doing crunches for your core? Stop now.
A strong pelvic floor is not only an enabler… of better sex, and exercise for bone and muscle benefits, but it’s a part of independence as we age. Find your pelvic floor answers in this episode with the Kegel Queen.
Alyce Adams, RN is the Kegel Queen. Since founding KegelQueen.com in 2009, she’s known as the most sought-after kegel exercise expert around the world, helping women who suffer with vaginal prolapse or urinary incontinence to avoid dangerous surgery and regain health and control of their body “down there.” She is famous for creating the Kegel Success in Minutes a Day Program, the only complete, no-devices, safe-at-home kegel exercise program created and tested by an RN. The Kegel Queen Program has reached over 3,584 women in 30 countries.
Alyce has shared her kegel expertise as a guest blogger for the American College of Nurse-Midwives and a guest lecturer at Bastyr University in Seattle and the University of Rochester in New York. Most recently, she has consulted with the Stanford Biodesign Fellowship at Stanford University in California.
Questions We Answer in This Episode:
- How can exercise (for the rest of the body) put women at risk for pelvic floor problems?
- How can exercise help?
- What about the emotional impact of pelvic floor problems?
- Why do you say so many women doing Kegels wrong?
- What is one thing every woman can do now to take better care of her pelvic floor?
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