Low back pain (LBP) is a very common health problem worldwide and one of the major causes of disability that affect work performances. The prevalence of LBP among women is alarmingly high due to hormonal and reproductive factors such as irregular or prolonged menstrual cycle and hysterectomy. It is commonly believed that exercise plays an important role in the treatment of LBP. The most important types of exercise for preventing LBP are exercises for abdominal muscles, gluteal muscles, and multifidus muscles. The female subjects examined in this study underwent a five-week training intervention programme. The stabilisation training programme examined in this study is effective in improving the muscle activations of the subjects. The results of the current study are expected to be useful for the rehabilitation experts in determining the best training exercise programme for females suffering from LBP.