You can start exercising your pelvic floor muscles at any age
Almost 60% of mature women have a problem with urinary incontinence and don't tell anyone about it. On average, women wait nine years before taking action on their symptoms
Why should a mature woman exercise?
Our body changes with age. We can’t control this inevitable aging, but we can increase our comfort.
TAKE CARE OF YOURSELF DURING MENOPAUSE
The reduction of the amount of estrogen makes pelvic floor muscles weak, which results in urinary incontinence and lumbar pain. Kegel exercises can help.
GET READY FOR SURGERY
If you are awaiting pelvic surgery, proper training before and after surgery will increase its effectiveness.
TAKE CARE OF YOUR SPINE
Four in five women who suffer from some pain in the lower part of the back have problems with urinary incontinence. A regular training of pelvic floor muscles will help get rid of the pain.
ENJOY YOUR SEXUAL ACTIVITY
No matter your age, pelvic floor exercise can boost your satisfaction during sex.
How can a mature woman exercise?
Exercise individually at home
Use some training application e.g PelviFly to monitor your progress
Train individually with a physiotherapist
Practice yoga and pilates
TRAINING TYPE: MATURE WOMAN
Build endurance and coordination by training at 20% of your max muscle contraction, so that fibers can be successfully rebuilt
DURATION: MIN 6 MONTHS
Regular training will improve your results
TRAINING 10 MINS A DAY / 6 TIMES A WEEK
Safe exercises tailored to your possibilities.
YOU CAN TRAIN IN ANY PLACE ANY TIME
Your specialist will oversee your progress and interpret your results