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November 3, 2020

Fitness with Your Pelvic Floor in Mind

with podcast guest

Dr. Brianne Grogan


Dr. Brianne Grogan is a Doctor of Physical Therapy, certified Women’s Health and Nutrition Coach, and the creator of FemFusion Fitness where she teaches core and pelvic floor friendly fitness. She is also the author of Lady Bits: Understand Your Body, Elevate Your Health, and Reclaim Your Spark Naturally.

In this episode, we talk about why women need to consider their core and pelvic floor when exercising, whether or not Kegels are the miracle people claim they are, how a weak pelvic floor can impact your sex life, and more!


  • Why should women care whether their fitness activities are core and pelvic floor friendly?
  • The staggering statistic about how many women who’ve had children experience pelvic organ prolapse
  • The simple steps you can take to help prevent the progression of pelvic organ prolapse
  • Is it possible to experience pelvic floor prolapse if you’ve never had children?
  • To Kegel or not to Kegel?
  • The connection between our pelvic floor and incontinence
  • How a weak pelvic floor can impact your sex life


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