3 Pelvic Floor Exercises Sitting Down


August 23, 2016 6 Comments

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Pelvi's exercise routines will make sure you get the most out of your pelvic training with MEDIballs Secret.

Many women suffer from a weak pelvic floor & subsequently urinary incontinence problems following childbirth. Researching women’s health and the muscles of the pelvic floor, numerous studies have found that weakened pelvic muscles can be retrained and strengthened through the use of weighted balls and pelvic floor exercises.

Pelvic floor gymnastics are simple, and what’s really handy about them is that many pelvic floor exercises can be carried out anywhere, without anybody realising what you’re doing. However, it’s important to carry out the exercises correctly, some women struggle to complete them correctly, which will result in poor results. With MEDIballs Secret no exercise is required, the mere presence of MEDIballs Secret's weights starts correct resistance training for the pelvic floor muscles.

Pelvic Floor Exercises 1

Sit on a chair in an easy, relaxed position. With rounded shoulders, push your pelvis forwards. Exhale slowly whist tightly squeezing shut your anal and vaginal passages. Maintain the tension for as long as you can.  Inhale, simultaneously releasing the tension. 

Your performance will improve each time you do this! And pelvic floor training balls can bring success in less time and effort.

Repeat this exercise for about 5 times - 5 seconds each set.

Pelvic Floor Exercise 2

Pelvic Floor Exercise
Sit with an upright posture, stretch out your legs in front of you, and cross your ankles. As you exhale, press the outer edges of your feet together whilst simultaneously contracting your pelvic floor and your buttock muscles. Maintain the tension for 10–15 seconds. Continue to breathe steadily!

Repeat this exercise 6 times and take breaks of about 5 seconds between each set of exercises.

Pelvic Floor Exercise 3

Sit upright on a chair and, as you inhale, stretch your arms out vertically above you. As you exhale, activate your pelvic floor. Also make sure you release the tension as you inhale. Slowly lower your arms.

Now you can try out different arm positions. For example: hold them out in front of you, or to the left, or to the right. Repeat this exercise at least 10 times for ve seconds each set.

MEDIballs Secret Is Your Answer To A Strong Pelvic Floor

Uniquely crafted, MEDIballs Secret is a Class 1 Medical Device that supports pelvic floor strength and overall pelvic health with an award winning internal design. Within each MEDIball lies an internally located weighted ball, which is triggered into random movements by the natural movement of the body, gently weight training the pelvic muscles. Thousands of women have found MEDIballs secret to be and effective urinary incontinence treatment and stress-free pelvic floor strengthener.

The mere presence of the device’s weight starts resistance training for the pelvic floor muscles, no exercises required. MEDIballs Secret pelvic floor strengthener does the work for you. 

As part of a clinical study conducted by Dermatest GmbH, 85 % of women surveyed regarding their satisfaction with MEDIballs Secret rated the product as good to excellent. *Results may vary for individual cases.
 

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6 Responses

Helen Simpson
Helen Simpson

November 30, 2016

I am 70 yrs old and pelvic floor exercises changed my life! Not only do I have very few (if any) leakages during the day, but I only need to get up once in the night instead of 3 or 4 times!!

gwenneth grainger
gwenneth grainger

November 15, 2016

well obviously no answers us as maybe we are too old

gwenneth grainger
gwenneth grainger

November 15, 2016

Is it too late at 63 year to start, I had a prolapse and a repair but has since returned.

Susan Baker
Susan Baker

September 07, 2016

Is it possible for a 70 year old female to benefit from these exercises?

Gwenneth Grainger
Gwenneth Grainger

September 06, 2016

I’m a fit 63 yr old had 5 children have a prolapse anterior and want to avoid surgery if .l tried this.

Amanda
Amanda

August 23, 2016

Like to know how much r they

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