Now you may not hear many women talking about bladder leakage, but don’t let the silence fool you. It’s way more common than you think. Statistics show that 1 in 2 Black women 18+ experience some form of bladder leakage in their life. However, you can manage to live to the fullest with bladder leakage by using products specifically made for incontinence, like our favorite Always Discreet pads, liners, and underwear; and practicing exercises that help to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
The pelvic floor muscles are tucked deep in the pelvis, which can make them hard to target. Here we’ve gathered the best exercises to help strengthen those muscles. Let our fitness experts Ashanti and Lea offer you their take on the moves they swear by to target those muscles best!
1. Pelvic Tilt
How To Do It:
Lay on your back with feet flat on the floor. As you lift your hips, squeeze your cheeks together. Lower down, stretch and