So now that you've mastered engaging your pelvic floor muscles without holding your breath, whilst maintaining good alignment or posture, you can start to train your pelvic floor muscles in different ways. Some types of exercises will train the 'sprinter' part of the muscles, the one's that need to work quickly with sufficient strength to maintain our continence when there is increased downward load on the pelvic floor (i.e. sneezing, coughing). Other exercises will train the 'marathon' part of the muscles, the endurance we need in this muscle group day in and day out. So this little video will give you some different ideas for doing pelvic floor muscle training.