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The perfect combination of Pilates and pelvic exercise to tone up your pelvic floor muscles and abdominal core.
This DVD outlines the 10 key movements that make up the Pfilates routine and which are included in 3 workouts of varying intensity, allowing you to build up strength, balance and co-ordination gradually throughout your journey towards a fit and toned pelvic floor.
The creator of Pfilates is Dr Bruce Crawford, a gynaecologist and pelvic floor specialist who has used his expertise to develop a workout that is tailored to the pelvic floor muscles. Pilates is a form of neuromuscular conditioning that strengthens muscles, improves balance and aligns the spine and pelvis. Since posture, strong abs and general fitness are all linked to pelvic floor health it makes sense to tweak traditional Pilates so that it can focus on the pelvic floor.
After regular Pfilates exercise sessions your pelvic floor muscles will get stronger you’ll become more aware of them and be able to ‘feel’ each squeeze and relax. You will experience greater control over your bladder and notice increased sexual sensation, as well as dramatically reduce the chances of prolapse and incontience. As well as all this, your abs will tone up, you’ll have a flatter tummy and you’ll feel stronger and fitter throughout your entire body.
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Not necessarily, you can do most of the exercises without the ball, however I find that the ball adds support and stability, and posture during these exercises is crucial to make sure you are engaging the muscles of the pelvic floor and core correctly. That's the best way to get good results. The set is here http://www.stressnomore.co.uk/pfilates-exercise-kit-81733.html
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Yes you can do most of the exercises without the ball, however the ball does add support and stability. It also helps to correct posture and posture during these exercises is crucial to make sure you are engaging the muscles of the pelvic floor and core correctly.
The Pfilates DVD and Ball Set pelvic floor exercise set is here http://www.stressnomore.co.uk/pfilates-exercise-kit-81733.html