I will try to go as gently as possible but I envisage some turbulence.
We’re talking periods and pelvic floors.
These are just two of the things I’ve been dealing with on a weekly basis for there last 20 years.
Working with women has been a real experience, a real education, And it’s been a REAL eye opener. One thing I know for sure, ladies are more complex than us men especially when it comes to all this fitness and fat loss malarkey.
It seems to me at least, the older I get (and especially since I have been married and had a son), my lovely ladies don’t seem to care what they say in front of me. They kinda treat me like a gay man.
I have tried putting my fingers in my ears and saying lalalala.
I try to tell them they give me TMI (too much info).
Sometimes I would rather NOT know certain things.
Ignorance is bliss.
But alas it is vital, for my members to get things out in the open and tell me what’s wrong, if we’re going to fix things.
Two of the most common problems I have learnt to fix are:
#1. Problematic periods
#2. Weak pelvic floors
To make matters worse, sometimes I can tell when my clients are on their period, without them having to say a word, it’s a bit weird I know.
Some of the girls can hardly train when they are due on or actually on, they feel like death and would rather be home, watching TV on the couch.
So I adjust the sessions accordingly.
I understand, as best any man can.
Another very embarrassing problem many of my ladies reluctantly talk about is wetting themselves. Having a weak pelvic floor stops you in your tracks when it comes to certain high IMPACT exercises. (We avoid those exercise like the plague).
Anyway, whether it’s a horrific menstrual cycle or a weak pelvic floor, the good news is there is a *treatment* which will solve all the issues.
and yes you guessed it.
It’s a good diet plan and some regular exercise.
To fix horrific periods or weak pelvic floor, and to follow a diet and exercise plan that’s not only simple, but is proven to work, go here: