Zoom in on the bottom of your core
The pelvic ﬂoor muscles (PFM) at the bottom of your core support your organs and move up and down in time with your diaphragm.
Your PFM also works with an extra ring of muscle around your anus and urethra that stops your pee and poo from coming out at the wrong time.
If it's a bit lazy, weak or stretched, your PFM doesn't provide the support it should, and your organs can sag towards the gap at the bottom of your pelvis.
The TA, Diaphragm, Multiﬁdis and Pelvic Floor Muscles work together to make a stable foundation for movement. These four muscles together form your core.