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It’s winter. It’s cold. The days are shorter. It rains a lot. The body is creaky. 

Most people would much rather head to a bar and warm up with some wine or head out to dinner and load up on those hearty warming foods the body so badly craves at this time of the year. Just because the weather has dropped doesn’t mean the fitness routine should too. In fact this is the time to be working out and staying active because with the cold comes stiffer muscles and joints as we consume less water, there is less moisture in the air and the body uses more energy to stay warm. And we all know summer bodies are made in winter.

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For many of us the pelvic floor is like the Oscars after party – we’ve heard about it but we don’t really know where it is or how to access it. Both men and women have a pelvic floor which can either be weak or tight due to obesity, heavy physical exercise, scar tissue buildup, anxiety or compensating for other muscles such as the hamstrings and glutes. For men prostate issues can cause weakness and for women pregnancy and childbirth. Incontinence; prolapse; low back, pelvic and glute pain; bloating and urinary tract infections are all common symptoms of a dysfunctional pelvic floor. (more…)

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