Your core could be considered as your body’s powerhouse by helping to stabilise in both static positions and movement. A strong core can make it easier to do everything from swinging a golf club to reaching up for a glass from the top shelf or down to tie your shoes.
The anatomy of the core refers to and deep muscles. When working your core it is essential to work the deeper muscles. The core muscles consist of both superficial muscles groups and the deeper muscle groups which can assist in stabilising the body which are situated around the pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen.
Not forgetting the all-important pelvic floor muscles which should be can be strengthened. Once these muscles weaken it can cause incontinence and even prolapse.
Poorly conditioned core muscles can make you more susceptible to poor posture, lower back pain and muscle injuries.
BENEFITS OF A STONG CORE INCLUDE:-
- Improved stability and balance.
- Improved control of movements
- Improved posture
- Less risk of slips, trips and falls
- Improved support for the back
Pilates will help you strengthen your core along with many other benefits