The #pelvicfloor muscles and #diaphragm are synergists, so they work in the same way at the same time. When inhaling, the diaphragm and pelvic diaphragm should fall, increasing the space in the #lungs .
If you have a wrong #body #position , then the diaphragm and pelvic floor diaphragm cannot work together, and their relationship is very important for the body.
When standing, most of us close the chest and tuck our pelvis under.The entire torso seems to be shorter, the abdominal muscles are relaxed (stretched). This posture affects the balance between the diaphramg (chest) and pelvis diaphragm.
The pelvic floor #muscles are part of the "core". These muscles work with #deep #abdominal and back muscles and with the diaphragm. All these muscles support the #spine .
During training, the internal abdominal #pressure changes, and when you lift the weight, the pressure inside the abdomen increases, but when you put the weight down, the pressure returns to #normal .
If you don't take care of your pelvic floor and diaphragm muscles, you may get injured.
Also, if any #core muscle is weakened or damaged, you can expect the coordinated automatic action between the two diaphragms to change.
You should #learn to #breathe and know when to #relax your core, including the pelvic floor.
Also, if you do too many exercises that increase #internal #pressure in the abdomen, there is a risk of overloading the pelvic floor, which can lead to gynecological diseases.
Remember that your posture is very important. If your ribs are too closed or too open, the diaphragm works badly. And because you already know that the #diaphragm is connected to the pelvic diaphragm, it will also works #badly .
Also remember how your body position affects your appearance.
The pictures show:
1. Stomach before preparing for the photo. Relax position, it was supposed to be sexy :)
2. Stomach after preparation for the photo. Low muscle tone.
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