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Hi! Welcome to Pelvic Power by Always Discreet!

We’re going to be strengthening our pelvic floor muscles and the connected core in order to help prevent bladder leaks.

Bladder leaks can be experienced by women of all ages, but many women underestimate the power of their pelvic floor muscles. Just like any other muscle in the body, the pelvic floor muscles need to be looked after and just a few squeezes a day can really make a difference.

This workout series has been developed by one of our personal trainers Ellie Hopley and in partnership with Helen Keeble, Pelvic Health Sports Physiotherapist. It’s low impact, fun and makes exercising those important muscles easier than ever!

On this page, you’ll find 4 incredible LIVE sessions. Ferne will be kicking off with the first session on 6th August at 8am. The following workouts will happen live, every Thursday throughout August (13th, 20th, 27th) at 8am on this page. All the workouts will also be accessible afterwards, so you can join in time and time again.

Let’s get squeezing!

Always Discreet encourages all women experiencing bladder leaks to seek advice from a health care professional. Talking to a GP or nurse is the very first step in the improvement journey. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action, may refer you to a specialist or put your mind at rest.

For more information about Always Discreet, please visit: www.alwaysdiscreet.co.uk

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PELVIC POWER WORKOUTS

Always Discreet encourages all women experiencing bladder leaks to seek advice from a health care professional. Talking to a GP or nurse is the very first step in the improvement journey. They will be able to advise you on the best course of action, may refer you to a specialist or put your mind at rest. For more information about Always Discreet, please visit: www.alwaysdiscreet.co.uk
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Pelvic Power Experts

Helen Keeble, Pelvic Health Sports Physiotherapist & Always Discreet partner

“Although some forms of high intensity exercise can induce leaks, this type of activity can be equally helpful in strengthening the pelvic floor area. Recent studies show that activities such as jumping can cause pelvic floor muscles to contract involuntarily and this can actually strengthen the muscles when part of an integrated treatment plan. The combination of regular and concentrated squeezing along with movements that encourage involuntary contraction, are likely to give you the best chance of improvement. “

Ellie Hopley, Personal Trainer

"Like any other muscle in your body, the pelvic floor needs to be looked after. I see lots of clients experiencing bladder leaks, but many don’t realise that they can help prevent and improve leaks with a few exercises. This workout is one that can be done with little or no equipment. Like anything it takes practice and perseverance but the exercises are simple yet effective and when done regularly, will massively improve your strength and confidence in your pelvic floor!"