This course is for any man and may be particularly helpful for athletic men, trainers, coaches and medical personnel who work with women. If you or a man you know has symptoms of sexual dysfunction, core strength issues, or even pelvic pain, this course could be the missing link to performance improvement. Even if you don’t have dysfunction, the same techniques addressed in this course can be used to improve performance. Yes, men have pelvic floor muscles too, and they can be trained!
In this course you will learn about the common misconceptions about normal pelvic floor function and practical, actionable steps and exercises for what you can do about it. You’ll gain an understanding of how your body is designed to function and what we’ve accepted as “normal” function. Pelvic floor muscles are involved in athletic performance, core control, bowel and bladder function and sexual appreciation. You’ll learn about the statistics and symptoms of premature ejaculation and erectile dysfunction and how the pelvic floor muscles those issues. You’ll also learn why random Kegels are not the answer, why blood flow is “King” and you will walk away from the course with an action plan for pelvic floor muscle improvement. This course contains guided mobilizations so that you can confidently perform self-care techniques at home. Regain control of your pelvic floor muscles and enjoy all of the benefits of improved function!
Video 1: Introduction, background and anatomy. Will training my pelvic floor improve my deadlift AND bring me from 6 to 12 o'clock?
- Common Myths about Pelvic Floor Muscle Function
- Normal Pelvic Floor Muscle function and signs and symptoms of dysfunction
- Pelvic Floor Muscle Anatomy Introduction and Photos
- Improving proprioception of the pelvic floor muscles
- Non-pelvic pelvic floor improvement program
- Guided mobilizations and exercises for improved pelvic floor muscle function
This course is currently only available in English.