THE PELVIC LAB
Education is where it's at in FIT for Women. You want a solid program, but you also want to learn quality information along the way. This client only page gives you answers to common training questions and guides you through women's health issues in training.
Preferred and optional equipment
Some equipment is considered preferred or optional in FIT for Women. If you don't have access to that equipment, here are movements you can substitute.
Some movements may not be comfortable during pregnancy. Here are ways you can substitute. (Please note recommended first steps at beginning of document.)
A TA contraction can sometimes help you better connect to your core and allow you to reduce symptoms from your core or pelvic floor disorder. Learn how to do a TA contraction here and when you may want to incorporate it into your routine.
Learn all about diastasis, including what it is, diastasis in pregnancy, symptoms, how to manage intraabdominal pressure, and how to assess yourself for the condition.
Step-by-step self assessment video included.
Squats don't have to feel uncomfortable. Learn an easy way to find your ideal squat stance here. Plus, check out tips for mobility, squat patterns, and squatting with pelvic floor symptoms.