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NEED FOR CORE TRAINING
core is where all movement in your body originates. The core muscles of your body
are your center of gravity. Strong core muscles - abdominal, back and pelvis
- provide support to your spine for everything from walking, lifting and standing
training is essential to sports performance and injury prevention. The body's
core muscles are the foundation for all other movement. The muscles of the
torso stabilize the spine and provide a solid foundation for movement in the extremities.
the muscles of the core also corrects postural imbalances that can lead to injuries.
The biggest benefit of core training is to develop functional fitness - that is,
fitness that is essential to both daily living and regular activities.Strong
core muscles are the foundation for sustaining health and fitness, however they
are often neglected. Most people have weak core muscle, which are the cause of
many injuries, poor posture and lower back pain and injury.
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muscles are the transverse abdominis (3rd, 4th, and 5th muscles, posterior torso),
the Perineil muscle floor (lower torso), and the Gluteal muscle complex (minimus,
medius and maximus, anterior torso). Core
muscles act in unison as a girdle for the torso. They are also the primary stabilizers
of the spine. This combination of muscles provides stability and support of your
spine in every activity. Whether you are walking, running, jumping, or sitting
at a desk, your core muscles are the foundation for all movement, power and strength
in your body.