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If your pelvic floor is tight, this popular physical activity may not be for you.
Bravo's celebrity trainer details the exercises that can empower your sex life.
Working out after having a baby is beneficial, but how can you find the time and energy?
This little-known region can affect many systems—including erectile function—in unexpected ways.
Cardio and Kegels may provide up to three times more stamina during sex, new research indicates.
This mind and body practice can help improve your general well-being, as well as your sex life.
From menses to menopause and sex to childbirth, there are benefits to this low-impact exercise.
Pelvic floor exercises may positively impact urinary problems, childbirth recovery and sex.
It might be time to start 'hip-opening' exercises to release your emotional tension.
When you shed pounds without sacrificing health, the rewards are bountiful.