Top 5 Best Exercises For Your Overall Health

5. Kegel Exercises

That’s right, kegels. No one ever really talks about kegels, but they’re just as important to your health as any other exercise. Although they won’t make you look any better, they strengthen your pelvic muscles and keep your bladder in check by preventing urinary incontinence. To do a kegel exercise, simply tighten and release the muscles you use for urination. Also try holding and releasing each for 10-15 seconds at a time. Try to get in at least 3 sets of 10-15 kegels a day to keep your pelvic muscles in shape.


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