Most young mothers want to get back in shape from before their pregnancy, and you?
Around 40% of women after labour don't know how to exercise their pelvic floor muscles (so-called Kegel muscles). Doctors and midwives recommend doing Kegels, but it can be hard without specific recommendations and guidance..
How should a young mother exersise?
Exercise individually at home
Use some training application e.g PelviFly
Train individually with a physiotherapist
Do yoga and pilates
TRAINING TYPE: YOUNG MOTHER
Strengthens, ventilates and regenerates weak pelvic floor muscles after pregnancy and labour, prevents urinary incontinence and has an influence on improving the quality of sexual life.
DURATION: MINIMUM 3 MONTHS
First results can be seen just after a few weeks.
TRAINING 10 MINS PER DAY / 4 TIMES A WEEK
The application reminds you of exercises and instructs you how to do them properly.
EXERCISE ON YOUR TIME
Under the specialist's supervision who will constantly inform you about the results.