5 Common Myths About Core Training Busted – The Global Tofay

5 Common Myths About Core Training Busted - The Global Tofay Global Today

“Consider your core like a corset. It consists of all the muscles of your pelvis, hips, spine, and ribs. It comprises approximately 29 muscles – muscles that make up the front, the back, and the sides of your entire torso. These muscles aid you in stabilization, mobilization, and the type of efficient movement patterns we use when transferring force,” Kia shares in our Mama Masterclass, Core Connections.

We train our core for all the motions in life, such as pushing a child on a swing set, bending down to pick up a car seat, or carrying a wiggling, giggling toddler. We train so we are ready to brace, bend, and shift without injury!

Let’s unravel the myths surrounding female core training and pave the way for a more informed, progressive, and body-positive approach to achieving a strong and resilient core.

Here are 5 crucial things every mom should know about training their core.

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