To Kegel or Not to Kegel?

Last week I posted a very popular breathing video. Among several highlights it includes a very nice animation of  how the pelvic floor moves during respiration. Nicole Crawford, of the excellent, profiles Katy Bowman's advocation of not doing kegels. Her solution for a healthy pelvic floor? Squats. “It’s the alignment of the pelvis and sacrum that gets out of whack, so knowing where your pelvis should be as you move throughout the day (sitting, standing and walking), done in conjunction with a few daily squats (get a squatty potty and this doesn’t even require extra time!) will get the full restorative effect your pelvic floor needs.

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