When should you do hypopressives?


When incorporating hypopressive exercises into your routine, one of the common questions is, “When should you do hypopressives?” Understanding the best time to engage in these exercises can enhance your results and ensure you remain consistent in your journey towards a stronger core, improved pelvic floor function, and reduced symptoms of prolapse. In this article, we will delve into the aspects of timing your hypopressive exercises, the importance of consistency, and how our support systems can assist you in your journey.

Understanding Hypopressives and Their Impact

Before deciding on the best time to do hypopressive exercises, it’s crucial to have a clear understanding of what hypopressives are and how they impact your body. Hypopressives involve a series of postures and breathing techniques designed to reduce pressure on the abdominal cavity, strengthen the pelvic floor, and improve core stability. This practice is especially beneficial for women looking to address issues such as pelvic organ prolapse, incontinence, and core weakness. You can find out more about what hypopressives are here.

Consistency is Key

In the world of hypopressives, consistency holds more weight than frequency. It’s about creating a routine that you can stick to and integrating these exercises into your daily life. This ensures that your muscles are continually being engaged and strengthened over time, leading to more substantial and lasting results.

Seeking Accountability Through One-to-One Consultation

One-to-One Consultation

For those who find it challenging to stay consistent or are unsure if they are performing the exercises correctly, our one-to-one consultation service provides personalized guidance and support. Working directly with a trainer can help you stay on track, provide corrections when necessary, and tailor the exercises to your specific needs.

The Fitter Floor and Core Online Course: A Comprehensive Guide

Fitter Floor and Core Hypopressive Training

Our Fitter Floor and Core online course takes you through a holistic journey, teaching you hypopressive techniques alongside Pilates for prolapse and core issues. The course begins with foundational exercises to safely build strength throughout your core. As you progress and start feeling stronger, it introduces general functional fitness exercises that don’t increase abdominal pressure, preparing you to return to your loved activities. This course stands out as a unique and comprehensive guide to core strengthening.

Leveraging the Power of Community and Live Classes

Engaging with our community on social media provides an additional layer of support, as you can share your experiences, ask questions, and connect with others on a similar journey. Furthermore, our live class timetable offers a range of classes streamed live via Zoom, ensuring you have access to professional guidance wherever you are.

Complete Core Control Membership: Your Gateway to Comprehensive Support

Complete Core Control Membership

For those looking for an all-encompassing solution, our Complete Core Control Membership provides access to all our live classes, online courses, and a dedicated video library. This membership ensures you have the support and resources at your fingertips, helping you maintain consistency in your practice.

Finding Your Best Time

While consistency is paramount, finding a time that suits your schedule and energy levels can further enhance your practice. Whether it’s in the morning when you’re fresh and energized, or in the evening as a wind-down routine, choose a time that allows you to focus and perform the exercises with proper form.


When it comes to hypopressive exercises, consistency trumps everything. By finding a routine that works for you, seeking personalized guidance through one-to-one consultations, and tapping into the wealth of resources available through our online courses and membership, you are setting yourself up for success. Remember, the best time to do hypopressives is when it suits you, ensuring that it becomes a sustainable and beneficial part of your daily routine.

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