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Strange and taboo topic I know. I train primarily women and females learn how to kegel and to use that notion during lifting. However, I am having trouble finding the language to help a male who is experiencing hemorrhoids after dead lifting. Sometimes the discussions go from the ridiculous to the sublime. But the truth is, I don’t know how to teach a banana what an apple is! Any suggestions? I’d be much obliged. p.s. I realize this might not be quite the right place to find the answer to this particular question, but I figured I’d give it a shot since I’ve found so many other great answers here!