- regularly growing tall through the crown of your head to switch on floor and core muscles;
- put a support in the lower back to keep the lower back inward curve;
- stand up every 20 to 30 minutes or walk over to a colleague's desk;
- draw circles with your bottom while sitting down; and
- leave the car at home and walk to the bus or train.
Yoga and Pilates involve slow movement with aligned posture. Holding poses builds endurance and strength in core muscles so it's easier to sit and stand tall for longer.
- Stand and imagine you are holding a pencil in your vagina. Soften both knees and draw circles and numbers with your "pencil".
- Lift your pelvic floor before you cough, sneeze or lift.
The Clams has been designed to help work the abdominal muscles as well as the pelvic floor to build better core stability.