Pilates does a body good in many ways. Improves balance, strength, flexibility, confidence and strengthens the pelvic floor. All that helps improve that most intimate of act, sex. Most people have heard of the Kegel method to improve a woman’s pelvic floor, but Pilates can be better. So says this blogger/ Pilates instructor in the Huffington Post. As a longtime Pilates devotee and instructor myself, I totally agree with her post.
THE CORE AND MORE
If you’re talking about the “core” of the body you can’t get anymore centrally located then the pelvic floor. It’s what helps you activate your “corset” muscle known as the transversus abdominis, the muscles that hug around your waist and help support your spine. Of course, all that flexibility can add much fun in the bedroom too.
When it comes to attractiveness, confidence goes along a way. There’s nothing like the rush of mastering a new move like plank on the reformer, or teasers performed smoothly and slowly with control. It’s elegance and power in motion. It’s a turn on for you. Nothing like post Pilates glow.
JUST SO YOU KNOW
Many people, especially men, come to Pilates later in life and because they have injured themselves. But why wait? You can prevent injuries, get stronger and more flexible as you age instead of the reverse. And guess what guys, improving pelvic floor is not just for women. There’s a lot reasons it can benefit you too. For details, read here.
And for more mojo, reformer planks will keep you going strong . . .
Enjoy the Journey