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Learn, strengthen and recover with this fantastic three pack by Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway
This brilliant bundle includes Inside Out and Prolapse Exercises Inside Out books and Inside Out Strength DVD from the popular Inside Out range, developed by Australian Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway. Following on from our teenage years our muscle mass begins to break down. For our pelvic floor, this means a weakness that can lead to ‘laughter leaks’, lower back ache, and an increased risk of prolapse. The Inside Out range offers clear guidance on pelvic floor safe exercises.
Inside Out by Physiotherapist Michelle Kenway and Dr Judith Goh provides expert advice on staying active while keeping your pelvic floor safe. It shows how to exercise with pelvic floor dysfunction and provides expert guidelines for pelvic floor safe general exercise and improved pelvic floor fitness. After gynaecological surgery, childbirth and with menopause a woman’s pelvic floor becomes increasingly vulnerable to injury and dysfunction, especially with inappropriate exercise.
Prolapse Exercises Inside Out guides you on pelvic floor safe exercise which can reverse your prolapse and reduce the symptoms of prolapse. It also includes a special section for women recovering from prolapse surgery or are in need of special exercise plans, such as losing weight or osteoporosis exercises.
Inside Out Strength offers a great visual aid for pelvic floor safe exercises to tone your entire body and build strength. This is the perfect preparation for future exercise plans so you can familiarise yourself with your pelvic floor muscles.
Inside Out, Prolapse Exercises Inside Out and Inside Out Strength are available separately.
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Never going back! (Posted on 6 February 2015)