What are pelvic floor muscles?
Let’s start with what the pelvis is, a band or organ frame made of bones forming a ring joined by a pubic symphysis at the front and sacroiliac joints at the back. The pelvis is lined with muscles, ligaments and fascia, which in English are called very vividly “plevic floor” or floor that supports our organs. This floor is also called pelvic floor muscles.
These muscles relax during voiding, defecation and childbirth or sexual function support. Therefore, pelvic floor muscle training is recommended for all women regardless of age. Especially recommended for future and current mothers, sports players and postmenopausal women. What conditions are associated with pelvic floor muscle relaxation ” stress urinary incontinence instability of the spine painful relations The training system and techniques are designed to restore muscle balance, strength and endurance.
An important exercise aspect will be strengthening the “core stability” muscle corset.