3 Simple Exercises. 3 Minutes a Day.
Join me now and start the challenge today!
Ready to feel strong and workout leak free?
A study published by Smith and associates in 2007 showed that women who leaked actually recruited their pelvic floor more than women who didn’t, making kegels NOT the best way to stop the leaks!
Having strong hips and preventing leaks is so much more than kegels. It has to do with pelvic alignment, diaphragm function, hip strength and the interaction with the pelvic floor, not standalone pelvic floor strength. This is the key to stopping leaks.
Ready to learn from one of the Top Physical Therapist in the nation that understands your desire to workout? Being a mom herself, former track and field athlete for Clemson University and current adventure sports athlete Dr. Sarah knows what it takes to get your body back out there.
Step #1 – Sign up for the 3 min challenge
Step #2– DO the exercises! Most women feel a difference quickly.
This program strengthens the pelvic floor by aligning the entire body for optimal movement.
Not only will you gain leak free movement but you will banish back and hip pain, breathe deeper and develop stronger core and hip muscles.
Sign up for this FREE challenge and start learning the secrets to creating a body that looks great and feels great today!
What are others saying about the program?
“After only doing one of Sarah’s exercises for the pelvic floor, I already feel a difference! I’m not worried about peeing when I laugh as much anymore!”
–Stacie (Mom of 3)
“I was very impressed with the comprehensive approach to the pelvic floor issue which I had previously considered as an isolated problem. Plus, no more crunches! “
–Mary Kay (Very Active Young Grandma)
“Sarah does an amazing job not only describing the exercises but also explaining the importance of doing them. The videos are very personable and make you feel like you are talking to a friend.
I especially enjoyed the information about Stress and Urge Incontinence and the helpful/real-life tips. I realized, through watching the series, I have been hanging from my pregnant belly, which is causing a lot of my pain. Learning to engage my core even just a little bit has made a difference.
The information and very artistic picture regarding the diaphragm and pelvic floor assisted me in being able to switch from pushing down to drawing up. It was a neat discovery to make and one that changed my pelvic floor instantly. Sarah’s passion for the material is both energizing and motivating!”
–Sabrena (Pregnant Momma of Two)
“Sarah is very organized and informative. Her research is thoroughly and critically examined. I appreciated her corrective exercises and learned much about my own body. Her approach to exercise and movement will change the industry.” — Maryellen Gibson, Pilates Instructor, RN
“I love the Eastern Medicine Philosophy in Sarah’s pelvic floor class and how she shows the interconnections between every part of the body.” — Christen Moskos
“In 1 session Sarah completely fixed my pelvic floor issue by giving me a great rotational exercise from her video. I no longer feel like I can barely make it the bathroom or worry about leaking! I could hardly believe how easy and fast it worked.” –Cynthia (Pilates Instructor and Avid
–Cynthia (Pilates Instructor and Avid Biker)
“Sarah has tremendous insight and knowledge of the inner workings of the body. I appreciate her unique approach to training muscles. It certainly works! I particularly value her understanding of postpartum bodies and how to restore them.
I spent years with other PTs and chiropractors trying to solve my postpartum weakened SI joint and hip pain issue. Nothing worked until I spent one morning in the company of Sarah. I am so grateful to her for giving me the tools to reclaim my body and making it better than it’s ever been before.”
— Anne (Momma)
What if You Could Laugh, Cough, or Sneeze Leak Free Just By Spending 3 Minutes a Day Working on Your Core, Hips and Pelvic Floor?
Meet Dr. Sarah E. Duvall, PT, DPT, CPT
An adventure sports athlete at heart, Sarah takes functional training to a whole new level. With over 15 years of experience in the health and wellness field, as well as a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Sarah knows what it takes to overcome injuries.
In her unique approach to treating patients, she believes in teaching. Fully understanding every aspect of the injury is a necessity to complete healing. Sarah’s passion lies in empowering women to take control of their bodies, allowing them to live life without hesitation!