No one is too old and everyone (men included!) can benefit from pelvic floor exercises. Pelvic floor muscles are important core muscles which help support the spine and control the pressure inside the abdomen.

Pelvic floor muscles need to be flexible to work as part of the “core”, which means that they need to be able to relax as well as lift and hold. But, we also need to caution you that constant bracing can lead to the muscles becoming excessively tight and stiff, which is not healthy either.

Our new Pelvic Floor video will show you how to engage and exercise these muscles: a bellicon and a medical ball is all you need. Follow Fayth’s instructions: exercising the pelvic muscles on a rebounder is a lower impact and less jarring cardio option than running or jumping, but much more fun too!