One core exercise every woman must perform daily
This is why it is important to train your core
As the name suggests, our core muscle is the core of every move we make. Whether you are running, walking, pulling or pushing, your core muscles are engaged in all kinds of activities. It is one of the largest muscle groups of the body, consisting of your internal obliques, external obliques, transverse abdominis, rectus abdominis and the erector spinae. Having a strong core is important for both men and women. While there are several exercises you can do to target your core muscles, there is one particular move that targets your Transverse Abdominis (TVA) muscles, which is necessary for every woman.
What are TVA muscles
The TVA muscle is an extremely important muscle, located deep within the six-pack abs area. They act as a stabilizer for the entire lower back and core muscles. It is because of a weak TVA many people may experience lower back pain. When activated, this group of muscles act as a natural shield for the internal organs. Another major function of the TVA muscles is to stabilize the spine during movements.
Why strengthening this muscle group is important for women
The TVA muscles run between the ribs and the pelvis, horizontally from front to back. Your abdominal muscle will collide and pelvis may rotate forward if your TVA muscle is not strong. Working on your TVA muscle can help get in shape post-pregnancy and maintain a healthy weight. Targeting this muscle group also strengthens your pelvic floor, that can help to increase your sex life.
Other exercises for targeting TVA muscles
Other exercises that can activate your TVA muscles are:
Bicycle Crunch Exercise
Captain’s Chair Exercise
Vertical Leg Crunch
Traditional (Basic) Abdominal Crunch