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Imagine a workout that doesn’t require you to pull on your lycra, slap on your trainers and head to the gym. A workout that you can do anytime, anywhere and without having to break a sweat! Here at INNOVO®, we want to increase awareness for pelvic floor health and have introduced a new podcast to motivate you to exercise one of your body’s most crucial muscles.
The podcast includes convenient audio workouts that can be incorporated into your routine. You can use your time during your daily commute or at your work desk to become stronger, more confident and in control.
There has never been an easier, more promising way to squeeze your pelvic floor. With a series of 5, 10 and 15 minute workouts available and women’s health expert, Jane Wake coaching you from start to finish, you can now maximise your precious moments of ‘me time’ to improve your inner strength.
So why do you need to exercise your pelvic floor?
- To assist in practicing healthy toilet habits
- Support posture and physical movements
- To prepare your bladder for pregnancy and menopause
- Reverse or avoid adverse effects that exercise can have on the pelvic floor
5 minute audio workout
10 minute audio workout
15 minute audio workout
For more pelvic floor advice and to view the INNOVO® pelvic floor videos on your phone, please download the free app from App Store and Google Play.
In addition to the podcasts, INNOVO® also offer a training device to support the many women and men who have previously found it difficult to voluntarily contract their pelvic floor and want fast results. The non-invasive technology sends targeted impulses to safely and effectively activate all the muscles of the pelvic floor allowing the device to do your pelvic floor exercises for you. Innovotherapy can help you identify where your pelvic floor muscles are which means you achieve the ability to voluntarily contract them.
We want to increase awareness for pelvic floor health and have introduced a new podcast to motivate you to exercise one of your body’s most crucial muscles.