How to recover my toned belly

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How to recover toned belly?

This and many other questions arise constantly in our day-to-day life, especially when it comes to women in the postpartum phase, but not only. It is a problem that covers any age group, often looking for miraculous and quick results.

DATE: April 2019
AUTHOR: Rui Madeira | Health

As abdominal toning is undoubtedly one of the most desired goals by the majority of the population, there is a lot of supply which can develop a degree of confusion for people when they have to choose which method is most effective.

Respiratory and cardiac function are vital functions, which generate tensions and stimuli for our whole body. It is in the core that the centralization and channeling of these stimuli occurs. This is one of the reasons why hipopressive training has very deep implications in our body - thanks to its respiratory component.

To optimize the effectiveness of hipopressive training, and due to the complexity of core work, there are different factors that we must take into account. It is essential to understand factors such as the activation of the scapular girdle, the action of muscles such as large dentures, thoracic expansion, axial stretching or contraction of the pelvic floor musculature.

Eunice Moura defends in the article "Hipopressive exercises" that when we choose a training program it is important to have as much information about it. It is important to keep in mind that hipopressive training goes far beyond an abdominal training program, it is a global workout that has postural and respiratory benefits.

Have you ever thought that increases in intra-abdominal pressure such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting heavy objects or high-impact training could trigger problems like abdominal hernia, discus, urinary incontinence among many others when we have the walls muscles of the abdominal cavity deprogrammed for their support function? True, all of these situations can be harmful if we do not have a competent musculature and perform its role effectively.

Hypopressive exercises, such as postural and respiratory exercises that lower the intra-abdominal pressure, will help to better manage pressures and restore the muscles of the abdominal cavity, giving it an efficient muscle tone and capable of withstanding the various situations that occur in the our day-to-day life without causing injury. In addition, it will prevent various pelvic floor dysfunctions by increasing the muscle tone in this area, such as urinary incontinence, which can often lead to the abandonment of training and cause a deterioration in the quality of life and well-being.

Resume, find out about the process and find out who really specializes in the subject, as this will only achieve the most effective and safe results.