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Core Health in a nutshell

Updated: Nov 9, 2023

1. Why core muscles matter?

Whether you're an athlete looking to enhance your performance or just interested in staying healthy and active, there's something for everyone in this edition. Also, core muscles are very important for women uterine health.

2. Basic anatomy to get a grasp of what we’re working on

+ Transversus Abdominis: the deepest core muscle

+ Erector Spinae: a group of muscles along your spine that help you stand upright and extend your back

+Pelvic Floor Muscles: these muscles support your pelvic organs

Find your problem!

Problems associated with core muscles are: poor posture, balance issues, digestive problems, urinary incontinence, limited mobility and chronic pain

I don't have problems with core, how to prevent them?

1. Core-Strengthening Exercises: WAIT FOR THE NEXT BLOG POST TO SEE MORE

2. Proper Posture:

  • Maintain good posture while sitting, standing, and walking. Avoid slouching to reduce strain on your core muscles.

3. Regular Stretching:

  • Focus on stretches that target the hip flexors, lower back, and abdominal muscles.

4. Breathing Techniques:

  • Practice deep diaphragmatic breathing, as it engages your core and supports its function.

5. Limit Prolonged Sitting:

  • Take breaks from sitting, stand, stretch, and move around regularly if you have a sedentary job.


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