Inside Out Strength: Pelvic Floor Safe Strength Exercises for Women, DVD with Michelle Kenway
- Physical strength exercises for women, specifically designed to be safe for the pelvic floor
- Developed by leading Australian Physiotherapist, Michelle Kenway
- Improve your strength and energy levels
- Exercise with confidence
- Feel amazing without the risk to your pelvic floor muscles
Strengthen and Tone Your Body, and Your Pelvic Floor
Inside Out Strength is designed by leading Australian physiotherapist and exercise instructor, Michelle Kenway.
Featuring two workouts to help you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles and tone your body. Following this DVD you can exercise with confidence that you are improving your pelvic floor, rather than causing it stress. Increase your lean muscle and maintain a healthly weight, boost your strength and energy.
Suitable for all women who want to get fit. At Kegel8, we strongly urge you to take care of your pelvic floor whatever you are doing. Investing in the Michelle Kenway DVD - before you join a gym, before you do a 'boot camp' - is one of the best things you can do for your body. Familiarise yourself with your pelvic floor and start strengthening it now.
Protect Yourself from Damage
Michelle's DVD is not just about the exercises you should do, it's about exercises you shouldn't. Especially if you have a weak pelvic floor, or if you've had a pelvic surgery or a pelvic organ prolapse.
Unfortunately, many Fitness Trainers are not aware of the need to protect the pelvic floor. Physiotherapist Mary O'Dwyer shares her experience of working with a women suffering: "A 46 year old woman attended the clinic for help with worsening stress incontinence and a front vaginal wall prolapse. Six weeks earlier she had started a boot camp challenge to improve fitness and strength. Early in the programme she noticed increased leaking and eventually a bulge at the vaginal entrance. When the challenging exercise repeatedly raised intra abdominal pressure (sit ups, planks, running, star jumps), her pelvic floor muscles lacked the strength and endurance to protect her pelvic organs from being repeatedly pushed downwards".
Sadly this woman did not realise her pelvic floor was weak enough for a pelvic organ prolapse to occur. We all need to exercise with caution, this DVD will show you exactly what you need to do.
Michelle Kenway, Physiotherapist
Michelle Kenway is a Physiotherapist and exercise instructor from Australia. Her internationally acclaimed Inside Out series of books and DVD's promote pelvic floor safe exercises for women.