Welcome to the UK Hypopressives blog pages. We will be adding to them from time to time with articles and news related to the rise of Hypopressives in the UK. Keep checking back with us….
Abby Lord, aged 41 from East Lothian, tells her story of suffering after her first child was born in 2011 in thinking that incontinence and feeling like her inner body was falling out was normal after child birth and it would get better…… It didn’t. She went to see a...read more
The difference between scepticism and cynicism and why the latter can hold you and your clients back
I’ve noticed an interesting and potentially damaging movement in the fitness industry recently; one which I believe is holding trainers and their clients back from developing their full potential. It’s a movement towards cynicism. A cynic can be described as a person...read more
Consistency, defined as steadfast adherence to the same principles, course or form, seems to me to be the forgotten key to health & fitness success. Regardless of your goals. It really doesn’t matter whether you’re trying to lose body fat, create a strong core, gain...read more
So who’s signed up for the 30-day AB challenge that’s doing the rounds on Facebook and the internet? How is that working for you? More importantly, when committing to doing 30 days’ of traditional abdominal exercises what were your goals? What were you expecting to...read more
It’s not OK to Pee During Workouts – The difference between “Normal” and “Common” A while ago I saw a YouTube video from a Crossfit event. You can check the video out below. For those of you who don’t know, Crossfit is a branded exercise movement, involving strength &...read more
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