The pelvic floor or perineum is a set of muscles and ligaments located in the lower part of our abdomen, in the lower part of our abdominal cavity. Its function is to hold the pelvic organs in the proper position for their proper functioning (bladder, urethra, uterus and vagina and anus). In order to work on this very important area of our body, there are different exercises, including Kegel exercises, for the recovery and strengthening of the pelvic floor. Why is it important to do these exercises? So you don't fear incontinence when you laugh, cough, sneeze or jump. Facilitate delivery. Avoid prolapse of organs in the area. Increase sexual pleasure. Kegel exercises work the pelvic floor thanks to fast and slow contractions, they are easy, you can perform them lying down or sitting, driving, in bed, on public transport, in the office, at any time of the day. It is recommended that they be included in your day to day.