Your pelvic floor is a set of muscles that supports your bladder and bowels. Now, you want all the organs and muscles in your pelvic area to be in great working order because these organs aid sexual function and urinary control. If you notice any problem in this sensitive area, you can strengthen your pelvic floor by taking some of the measures below.


This simple exercise can help you maintain a stronger pelvic floor as well as firm buttocks. For best results, you should avoid the wide-legged or deep squats. Concentrate on narrow and shallow squats and you will get the best results.


Yoga is great for your pelvic floor if you target the right poses and do them correctly. The bridge is one yoga pose that is guaranteed to give you a stronger pelvic floor. Other excellent ideas to make your pelvic area stronger are kegels and the popular squeeze and release exercises.