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The Diaphragm

The Diaphragm

The diaphragm is the floor where the lungs rest and separate the organs from the lungs. In addition, this main respiratory muscle descend with the inhalation to give room to the lungs to expand, and ...

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The Size of your Waistline

The Size of your Waistline

The size of your waistline is an indicator for cardiovascular diseases and health issues. According to a Nurses’ Health Study, people with a larger waistline size are in a higher risk of dying prematurely, or ...

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Who Else Wants a Healthy Back?

Who Else Wants a Healthy Back?

A Healthy Back Means a Strong Foundation Between Abdominal, Back, Pelvic Floor Muscles and a Good Body Awareness at all times without any effort. A healthy back can be out of balance for many reasons. ...

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Exercises to Prevent Urinary Incontinence

Exercises to Prevent Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is an involuntary leakage of urine that affects 13 million Americans, according the US Department of Health and Human Services. Urinary incontinence can affect both men and women, but is most common in ...

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Hypopressives for Postpartum Recovery

Hypopressives for Postpartum Recovery

Hypopressives can be used for postpartum recovery. Why Hypopressives can help with postpartum changes? Hypopressives: Restore Abdominal Muscles Improve body Alignment and Posture Awareness Accelerate the Healing Process of Pelvic Floor Muscles Tighten Abdominal Strengthen ...

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Traditional Abdominal Workout Vs Hypopressive Abdominal Workout

Traditional Abdominal Workout Vs Hypopressive Abdominal Workout

Traditional Abdominal Workout Vs Hypopressive Abdominal Workout Traditional abdominal exercises help you to keep your core strong. Why do you still see a belly when you get up in the morning, or while you are ...

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Hypopressives for Organ Prolapse

Hypopressives for Organ Prolapse

Hypopressives May Help with Pelvic Organ Prolapse Pelvic organ prolapse is the drooping of the organs into or out of the vagina. Pelvic organs include the bladder, uterus, vagina, rectum, and small bowel. These organs ...

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Hypopressives May Prevent Scoliosis

Hypopressives May Prevent Scoliosis

Do you know that scoliosis has a prevalence of more than 8% in adults over the age of 25 and increases up to 68% after the age of 60 due to degenerative changes in the ...

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Core and Pelvic Floor Post-Birth Workshop in California!

Core and Pelvic Floor Post-Birth Workshop in California!

Restore your core and Pelvic floor if you are dealing with one or more of these conditions: Do you suffer from: Urinary incontinence? Weak abdominal muscles? Abdominal bloating? Separation of your abdomen muscles (diastase recti) ...

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Boost your  Fitness with the Hypopressive Method

Boost your Fitness with the Hypopressive Method

The hypopressive Method can improve your fitness performance! Your fitness depend on your cardiovascular system and respiratory system health. The hypopressive method can improve the function of your heart and respiratory system by increasing the ...

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