Everyone utilizes their core muscles on a daily basis – whether you are at the gym training or if you are at your 9 to 5 in the office. Your core muscles are what makes everyday activities seem effortless, but when they become weak it is possible one can begin to feel the toll on the rest of the body. That is because the core consists of much more than the “abs” we work so hard to achieve through our training regimen. It includes muscles that are in our back, hips, and surprisingly our pelvic floor. The pelvic floor is all the muscles, ligaments, connective tissues and nerves that support the bladder, uterus, vagina and rectum in the body. The PC muscle is what holds all of this in place and supports the pelvic organs and encourages them to function properly.
Training regularly with Gynie can help build a strong inner core, and can give many benefits that can help you with your daily activities. We name you some important benefits that should motivate you to begin training your core today and that’ll put you on your way to achieving ultimate full body fitness.
A lot of the time lower back pain can derive from improper posture, and surely we are all guilty of participating in a bad habit like slouching or having a rounded back while watching TV. Training your entire core can provide your body the better support it needs. More so, having correct posture can make your PC muscle training that much more effective.
We believe that building a inner strong core encourages stability. In the most simplest terms – core stability is the amount of control the muscles in your core provide for the movement the rest of your body makes. Core stability becomes important when maintaining balance in ones yoga, pilates, weight-lifting and almost all workout and everyday practices.
As women, we want to empower one another but we also want to be able to empower ourselves and feel our strongest. When we say that a stronger core empowers vitality what we mean is that when you become stronger – you feel stronger and become more confident and stable in yourself.