Urogenital Hiatus is not another term for Spring Break

Someone sent me this article, Vaginal Birth Tied to Pelvic Muscle Weakness,  perhaps to see if I would poke a fork into my eye. I didn’t. I decided to write this instead. But first, some fun facts: Did you know that the average diameter of the molded fetal head is 9 cm? Even the cranium of the soon-to-be-big-headed baby folds up (neat!) into something that is 20% less than actual diameter length…

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Get Your Butt HERE

If you’re interested in reading more on ideas presented in the article below, I suggest reading Move Your DNA, Expanded Edition. If you’d like movement instruction via video, start with Save Your Knees, Build a Butt. Da butt is a beautiful muscle. Which is why it is sad to see so few of them around these days. I get a lot of emails about the butt. As in, Where Can I Get…

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TooTightPelvicFloor 2

If you’re interested in reading more on ideas presented in the article below, I suggest reading Move Your DNA: Restore Your Health Through Natural Movement – Expanded Edition. If you’d like movement instruction via video, start with Below the Belt for Men. This morning my dad called, asking if he should be worried about his hypertonic pelvic floor (at 85-years old). Then he said he wasn’t sure where his pelvic floor was,…

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ATooTightPelvicFloor

If you’re interested in reading more on ideas presented in the article below, I suggest reading Diastasis Recti: The Whole-Body Solution to Abdominal Weakness and Separation. If you’d like movement instruction via video, start with Nutritious Movement for a Healthy Pelvis. Hypertonus of the pelvic floor is extremely common and often treated incorrectly (as general pelvic floor weakness) because many do not understand the biomechanical functions of muscle well. The problem lies…

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Neutral Pelvis

If you’re interested in reading more on ideas presented in the article below, I suggest reading Diastasis Recti. If you’d like movement instruction via video, start with Nutritious Movement for a Healthy Pelvis. Joan: OMG Becky, look at her back. It’s So Sway. Becky: I know. Why’s she got to go around sticking that thing out? Joan: She’s probably got low self esteem, ya know? Becky: I know. She’s probably got a…

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Under Pressure (Part 2)

If you’re interested in reading more on ideas presented in the article below, I suggest reading Diastasis Recti: The Whole-Body Solution to Abdominal Weakness and separation. If you’d like movement instruction via video, start with Smart Digestion. Continuing on from the last post (Read Under Pressure – part one here), let’s talk a little about what increases intra-abdominal pressure. 1. Sucking in your stomach. Seriously. If you stand in front of a…

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