What Causes Bladder Weakness in Active People?
Many assume that an athletic or toned physique is evidence of a strong pelvic floor. However, intense abdominal exercises and vigorous training can weaken those muscles by putting additional pressure on the pelvic floor, compounding the issue. No matter how many crunches you do, training those internal muscles is paramount to maintaining a strong pelvic floor.
Pelvic floor muscles are no different, you need to strengthen them, especially for women who are predisposed to pelvic floor weakness.
Pelvic floor strength is just another part of building base strength and discussing it as such is crucial to removing the stigma around the topic, and fighting the perception that incontinence is a symbol of hard work.
A Strong Pelvic Floor Benefits Core Strength
“When we think of the core, we often think of the superficial core, i.e. the abdominals or ‘washboard stomach muscles’. However, genuine core strength comes from working the core muscles that lie underneath. I like to refer to this all-important inner core as the 3D core”.
The 3D core Jane is referring to above is made up of the deep side abdominal muscles. The stabilizing muscles of the spine that run through our back, the diaphragm and pelvic floor muscles.
Strengthening your entire 3D core can reduce the risk of injuries while exercising or competing and can help you get more out of your workout. If you experience leaks while exercising, try to identify what’s causing it.
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