Pilates Instructor and Movement Specialist
If your clients were asked about something you constantly, remind them to do or preach, what would that be? It would be to hold the jewel in the belly button. That's the cue, I use for everybody in order to make sure that their transversus abdominus is engaged. Right? So that transversus abdominus is the deepest of your for abdominal muscles. It helps to provide core stability, the way to get engaged is an ideal flattening, the abdominal wall. So I always tell them to use the Q. Imagine you're holding a jewel or a marble. Herbal in your belly button, and whenever I see some instability, I remind them to hold the jewel. I asked them the question when they're doing something saying, what do you think the iwi would be telling you to do right now and they're like, I got a hold the jewel. So that's, that's the one thing. I always remind them to do all the jewel in your belly button. Transversus abdominus is engaged your core is stable, and you can do anything.