December 22nd 2017
Here it is…the full Twitter conversation with CrossFit HQ. I am simply posting this in its raw format, without commentary, so you can draw your own conclusions. A Twitter conversation is really challenging to have, follow and to present in a format that is easy to sort through. There are lots of twists and turns....read article
December 18th 2017
Dear CrossFit HQ Update: How the Conversation has Evolved As you might imagine the response to my blog last week Dear CrossFit HQ and the conversations born from it were all over the map. I want to address a few of the things that came up over the next few blog posts. First, one of...read article
December 8th 2017
Dear CrossFit HQ, I come in peace. I am hoping to open a respectful dialogue regarding pelvic health for female CrossFitters. I am actually an ally to CrossFit in the pelvic health arena….but you are making it hard to defend CrossFit when you promote videos like “Kelley Jackson Pee-R’s”. On the Facebook thread for the...read article
November 27th 2017
Q: Hey Julie! I find that now when I don’t think about engaging my pelvic floor with exertions at the gym, but still concentrate on good form that I experience very few pelvic organ prolapse symptoms. But when I overly focus on my breath/alignment/pelvic floor then I am more likely to feel symptoms. What gives?...read article
October 30th 2017
Q: Hi there, I was wondering if you would teach the “blow before you go” and lift the pelvic floor in pregnant women who don’t have any symptoms of pelvic floor issues? I mean if we do this to an already functional pelvic floor , wouldn’t we risk making it tighter? A: Great question. Before...read article
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