Marietta Mehanni

Core Foundations

Written by Marietta

September 11, 2014

When most fitness professionals think about the ‘core’, the first and usually immediate thought is transverse abdominus. What is often unknown and misunderstood, is the importance and relevance of the pelvic floor. Yes – everyone has one, even men have a pelvic floor. This muscle plays a major part of effective core control and weakness in this muscle results in incontinence (bladder and/or bowel control), which is

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