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Pelvic Floor Training, developed with the Dr. Becker hospital, is the perfect fitness workout for women looking to do some postnatal exercise.

The exercises are aimed at assisting in locating and training your pelvic floor to help improve posture and general body feeling.

The comprehensive 30 day pelvic floor training scheme provides a gentle introduction and increases the training to match your preferences. The daily exercise sessions last for about 10 minutes and provide the option to create individual training plans. Sessions can be augmented with or without the support of mini-games.

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Posted by James Newton

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On a service practically overflowing with niche games, Physiofun: Pelvic Floor Training is the undisputed champion: a game designed to help prevent postnatal urinary incontinence. 99% of you can stop reading now, unless you really want to know how...

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