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Kegel Weights or Vaginal weights

Pelvic Floor Weights- Yay or Nay?

Q: What are your thoughts on the use of pelvic floor weights-Yay or Nay? Would they build load tolerance? Asking for a friend. A: Short answer: Not a fan, but it can have it’s place in a comprehensive program. Long answer: Keep reading. A Brief History of Pelvic Floor Weights The use of pelvic floor...

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Movers and Mentors Podcast

This podcast was a blast, and thought provoking. I am regularly inspired by the ladies in this conversation- @sandyhiltonpt, @loriforner (not pictured), and @bkennaway. And grateful to @timreynolds10 for having the awesome idea to pursue and collect the stories of leaders in the field in their book @moversandmentors. My favorite question in this conversation was our ‘favorite failures’. If you are a #dptstudent or...

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PT Rising Podcast Interview – Part 1: The pelvic floor as part of a system

How do we keep from being pelvic floor isolationists? ⁠ ⁠From the host Dr. Nicole Cozean PT, DPT, WCS:A can’t-miss interview with the one and only @juliewiebept! 🎙🎙⁠~⁠So grateful for Julie and everything she brings to our field! 🙏🙏 ⁠She has such a unique perspective and has done an amazing job forcing the pelvic PT field...

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Follow Your Success

Follow Your Success: Mama Talk Part Four

Follow your success! Some final thoughts on go-to strategies to help mamas navigate their return to fitness after that all clear by their doctor at 6-8 weeks. Thinking strategically creates a framework you can apply to ANY activity you enjoy (pilates, yoga, CrossFit, running, barre, etc.). The Road Map Your body has changed and you...

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Monitor and Modify

Monitor and Modify: Mama Talk Part Three

Time to monitor and modify. Continuing our Mama Talk series on go-to strategies to help moms navigate and interpret the 6-8 week all clear from their doctor to return to fitness. Today, we need to break down the advice doctors often give –  “listen to your body”. This is a tricky one…. “Listen To Your...

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