Should you continue running while pregnant, and what about postpartum and beyond?

Even if you have been running and are postpartum or beyond and experience any incontinence or pelvic floor pressure it’s extremely important to take a step back and really rehab your core the safe and correct way.

This can help you avoid additional pelvic floor dysfunctional issues later on in life too! It is NOT normal to pee  your pants (even just a little) when you exercise – I can’t stress that enough. That is a major sign that your pelvic floor is not yet ready for that exercise or form of exercise. It’s not a ‘never’ it’s just  a ‘not yet ready’.

Especially during pregnancy – it’s extremely important to minimize exercises that are putting extra stress on your pelvic floor.

Be kind and loving to your body! A workout should be more than just to burn calories or lose the baby weight – done correctly you will feel amazing after each workout. Stronger and more connected through your body, while saying goodbye to those aches and pains and even stop leaking down there too!

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