Kegels Aren't Enough: Here's What You Should Be Doing For Your Vagina
As advanced as our society has become, many women are still reluctant to talk about their bodies. Incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse are rarely discussed, but it is estimated that nearly 50% of women ages 50-75 will suffer from some type of pelvic organ difficulties in their lifetime. Many physical therapists and women's health experts are finding there are many ways to tone the pelvic floor and have found that variation in exercise is more effective than one type alone. Though you might…
4 Essential Moves To Strengthen Your Pelvic Floor
Check out these exercises that strengthen your pelvic floor and help reduce your risk of incontinence, improve your sexual health, and boost your core strength and stability.
Passionate Pilates: 10 Pelvic Floor Exercises That Will Lead to Hot, Strong Sex
As a Cosmo reader, you probably already know the benefits of pelvic floor exercises—not only do they tone your core and improve overall health, but they also make sex feel even more bliss-tastic.