Glute training has been overlooked for many years and is now starting to get attention for its many health benefits. Pelvic health is one of them. Learn the best tips for a healthy pelvic floor
By Cheryl Coppa
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In this case, I am talking about the Booty and the Pelvis. Sounds like it could be a movie.
A strong booty will equal a strong pelvis. This is why I often say the Booty and the Pelvic Floor are best friends.
When we have some solid muscles on the back side this will help keep your pelvis in alignment and stable.
If your glutes are weak and underdeveloped, it can pull the sacrum too far forward. This directly contributes to dysfunctions such as pain and incontinence.
The pelvic floor muscles run from the pubic bone to the sacrum. Having active and strong glute muscles will counterbalance the pull of the pelvic floor muscles on the sacrum, and keep it in its proper place. This will also help keep the pelvic floor muscles lengthened. As we know, tight pelvic floor muscles equal dysfunction such as pain and incontinence.
This is why in PHASE 2 & 3 of the Ola Ka Ola Pelvic Floor Program we start to incorporate some booty training in the healing process to ensure your pelvic floor has the best support in staying strong and functional, now and in the future.
Glute training has been overlooked for many years and is now starting to get attention for its many health benefits. Pelvic health is one of them.
Take a look at this short video below on one simple Glute exercise that you can add to your healing and wellness journey. Don't forget to stretch once you are done. Happy Pumping!
If you feel you are ready to step up your booty training reach out to Cheryl and chat about The BOOTY Program and see if you are a good fit. email@example.com
About Cheryl Coppa
✔️ A certified Core Confidence Specialist (Pre & postnatal fitness, pelvic Floor, diastasis)
✔️ A certified Personal Trainer specializing in women's fitness over 40
✔️ Low-Pressure Fitness / hypopressive certified by creator Dr. Tamara Rial
✔️ Pre/Postnatal Fitness Specialist
✔️Instructor of the Pelvic Floor Health program, Ola Ka Ola