Core Coordination

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What people think about body coordination?

  • Body coordination is the ability to move two or more body parts under control, smoothly and efficiently.
  • Body coordination is a complex skill that requires good levels of other fitness components such as balance, strength and agility.
  • Body coordination is one of the main components of physical fitness.
  • Body coordination is important for soccer and tennis players and crucial for basketball.
  • Body coordination such dancing is a good form of exercise.
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Improving dance coordination

Dancing is a positive alternative to aerobic dancing or jogging. Dancing is Fun and Good Exercise Not only is dancing a great deal of fun but it is a great way to enhance natural balance and coordination.

Dancing is a skill that you'll have for lifetime. Dancing is an enjoyable pastime for millions of people around the world. Dancing is great for improving timing and co-ordination skills, as well as footwork. Dancing is an effective way of relieving stress.

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Coordination of simultaneous movements of different parts of the body which are involved in whole-body actions. Coordination, although directed by the brain, is affected by changes in the muscles and joints.


  • Improves agility
  • Improves balance
  • Rejuvenates your body
  • Improves body posture
  • Improves sport performance
  • Improves coordination
Build Your Perfect Posture Now!

Posture ranks right up at the top of the list when you are talking about good health.

Without good posture, you can't really be physically fit. Good posture means your bones are properly aligned and your muscles, joints and ligaments can work as nature intended. Good posture means your vital organs are in the right position and can function at peak efficiency. Good posture also helps contribute to the normal functioning of the nervous system.

If you are not feeling your best, and want to tone up, cleanse your body, lose those few extra pounds, or feel totally energized, then Core Training is for you. Nothing could be simpler. Nothing could be easier. Nothing else is like Master Moves.

  • Helps lower body fat by toning the muscles

  • Improves power, balance, and overall agility

  • Increases muscular endurance and strength

  • Helps people to work out their stresses and frustrations

  • Tones and condition the body for natural flexibility


By creating a firm and strong stomach, you will stabilize the spine so it acts like a solid foundation for sustaining a good body posture. Core exercise will also tone your torso and abs and keep your lower back healthy, by improving your posture.

By helping you to function better and improving your posture, an effective core exercises program can help stave off painful and debilitating problems. The goal of core training is to work the area that supports your trunk and spine.Regardless your age or physical activity, it’s crucial to develop strong core muscles because they comes into play, just about every time you move any part of your body.

There are sound and valid anatomical reasons for doing core strengthening, which are easy to see, once you understand the relationship between the stomach muscles and the spine. A strong, stable core can make any sport, like tennis, running, swimming, golf and skating, easier. For example, if your spine acts as a powerful base for your legs, you will be able to put more power behind each movement of body with less effort.

If your core is strong, your lower AB muscles will be drawn in towards the spine and help you sit up straight. In essence, core training is an intelligent training structure, because it strengthens weak muscles and imbalances from the inside out.

Important Facts

"Back injuries account for nearly 20% of all injuries and illnesses in the workplace in North America." - The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

"Chronic back pain is said to account for more than $2.5 billion lost to the British economy each year" - The British Medical Journal

"Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) continues to be one of the leading causes of death and morbidity among adult." - Canadian Association of Cardiac Rehabilitation

"Excess weight and lack of basic abdominal strength put extra stress on the lower back; back injuries are still the second leading cause of work absenteeism."
- The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

Bring Your Body Back to Health!

Oswaldo Koch is an engineer, fitness trainer, inventor, MBA, IT expert. For 25 years, Oswaldo has focused his entire agenda around fitness programs for helping people create lush lives of health and optimal fitness.

At the age of 50, Oswaldo feels healthier and stronger than ever before. The experience of the accident and painful recovery helped him to understand and incorporate two new and key elements in his Master Moves practice - relaxation and respect. Since then, Master Moves has evolved into one of the most complete fitness training systems in the world.

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Four Core Training Programs

Based on your fitness level, the goal of our fitness programs is to work the area that supports your trunk and spine. By creating a firm, lean and strong core muscles, you will stabilize the spine so it acts like a solid foundation for sustaining a good body posture and outanding fitness level.

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