Vagina beware: Spin class can create spin crotch
and that can make more than your legs sore!
If you’re lovin’ spin class but not the post-ride tingling in your pudendal nerve you need to know what’s going on down there.
“This overactivity in your pelvic floor can lead to symptoms that some people don’t understand are warning signs.” – Kate Roddy, pelvic phsiotherapist
Sex, your pelvic floor and spin class offer you great sexercise but if the bike seat and your riding position aren’t right you could suffer from spin crotch. And that’s something your sex life doesn’t want.
Here’s a quick article that tells you the basics. Because there can be long-term effects (ugh!) and if you have any symptoms you should check in with your OB/GYN.
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Beware ride crotch too
Make every ride and post-ride better – whether riding your bike, horse or sex partner. It’s really important!
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