Postpartum Running: What You Should Expect
Many don’t realise the importance of the pelvic floor is when it comes to running after pregnancy. Throughout pregnancy, the pelvic floor muscles help to support the growing weight of the fetus. It also faciliates the birthing process.
Over time, the pelvic floor becomes stretched out and weakened which may lead to other problems in the long run. It is important to strengthen and rehabilitate your muscles to prevent injuries, and manage issues like urinary incontinence.
Find out more about what to expect when you get back to running after pregnancy and tips on how to overcome it here. “10 Weird Things No One Tells You About When Returning to Running Post-Baby”
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