A Surprisingly Simple Exercise for Your Pelvic Floor and Low Back

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our pelvic floor muscles are located at the very bottom of your pelvis. You need them to go to the bathroom, keep your internal organs healthy and inside your body, AND perform a vital role in maintaining your spine health. There are everyday chronic habits like holding in the stomach, tucking the tailbone under, and sitting on the back of …

The Healthy Way to Binge-Watch Your Fave TV Shows

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hen it comes to feeling good and moving freely in your body, movement variety is the key. To make sure I move in more ways than just the sitting-to-type position, the standing-to-prepare-food position, and the helping-with-homework position, I have a few exercises I do every single day without fail. My secret to consistency is associating different exercises with something I’m …

Pulling in Your Stomach for Core Strength? Try This Instead…

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used to pull in my stomach all the time. For a while, I couldn’t even relax my abdominal muscles because I’d been holding them in so much it was an unconscious habit. Pilates is known for building core strength, and there was a time when I mistakenly believed that improving and demonstrating core strength was synonymous with pulling the abs …

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Got Computer Slouch? There’s a Simple Fix That Feels Fantastic…

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f a rounded upper spine or computer slouch is on your mind, you definitely want to check out the exercise in today’s video. A primary reason the upper spine slouches forward in the first place has a lot to do with arms—what’s done with them, and more importantly, what’s NOT. When’s the last time you used your arms to hold …