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Why Does Barre Have Pelvic Floor Benefits?

Updated: May 15, 2023

Did you know that one of the key benefits of barre is its ability to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles? And UpBeat Barre makes strengthening your pelvic floor fun? It's true.

First of all, what is the pelvic floor? The pelvic floor muscles are a group of muscles that support the pelvic organs, including the bladder, uterus, and rectum. They also play an important role in maintaining continence and sexual function. Very important roles if you ask us!

During an UpBeat barre workout, specific exercises are performed that engage and strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. These exercises typically involve a combination of isometric contractions (holding a muscle in a contracted state for a period of time) and dynamic movements (moving the muscle through a range of motion).

For example, a common UpBeat choreography exercise for strengthening the pelvic floor is one of our songs that involves doing a "bridge." This involves lying on your back with your knees bent and feet on the floor, and then lifting your hips off the ground while squeezing your glutes and engaging your pelvic floor muscles. This movement targets the glutes, core, and pelvic floor muscles, all of which work together to create a strong and stable foundation.

Other exercises that may be included in a barre workout to strengthen the pelvic floor include squats, lunges, and planks. These exercises challenge the core and lower body, which in turn strengthens the pelvic floor muscles which we know is apart of the core network.

Overall, barre is a low-impact, high-intensity workout that can be a great way to improve your overall fitness and strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. Great for women at any age and stage in their life. As with any exercise program, it's important to consult with a healthcare professional before starting a new workout routine, especially if you have any pre-existing health conditions or concerns.

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