How A Mom Of 3 Went From Feeling Broken To Crushing Pull-Ups
The interesting thing about the world of IG is the connections, like real solid connections you can make with people.
And on IG, I met Kylie, a new mom struggling to come to terms with multiple prolapses.
As we got chatting back and forth, we struck a friendship, bonding over the happenings within our vaginas. Yes, as 2 women bonding over pelvic organ prolapse.
Kylie wanted to workout in all the ways. Lifting and HIIT. But Kylie felt as through her 3 prolapses including a grade 3 cystocele, was a limiting factor. Then she bought Strength And Lady Parts, my 12-week online strength and conditioning program designed with women who want to live a full like despite prolapse.
Seeing Kylie kick her prolapses ass on Instagram proves with a little know-how, anything is possible. Her hard work and trusting her body will take her exactly where she wants to be physically is nothing short of amazing.
The trick is to find your symptom free zone and use your symptoms as feedback to do something different.
Here’s Kylie’s experience in her own words.
It is a 12-week program that teaches women with prolapse who to train safely and effectively.
Before I found Terrell online, I felt hopeless.
Learning from a coach who not only has years of experience coaching women but who has been through the same experience as you, really provides a lot of trust and confidence when following her program.
I can’t recommend Strength and Lady Parts enough.”
Minds everywhere are changing about how pelvic organ prolapse is looked at. It’s no longer being looked at as a contraindication of exercise but a reason to continue to exercise.
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