For years, “kegeling” has been widely promoted in the birthing world as a highly effective and crucial prenatal exercise. Less focus is placed on abdominal and back strength because, seemingly, the abdominal and back muscles are not used to birth the baby. However, this is rather far from the truth. Having poor abdominal tone throughout pregnancy will cause many more physical discomforts for mom throughout pregnancy, and can more directly affect baby’s position and rotation through the pelvis.
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