Core Exercises

Jim Whittaker, the first American to climb Mt. Everest, once said, "You never conquer the mountain, You only conquer yourself." The same could be said for optimal fitness: You don't conquer fitness. You only conquer your doubts about fitness.

Just picture the chaos and epidemics we would face if our cities' sewer were not maintained. They would back up into our streets and homes, causing widespread infections and disease. The human body is not different and most people have turned their digestive system into a chaotic sewage system, causing a breeding ground of bacteria, viruses, worms and toxic gas.

Core training help to keep your digestive system in good shape. Without the existence of muscular tone within the colon, the leakage of toxic waste slowly begins to filter into the rest of the body tissues.

There are no magical foods that melt away excess body fat. To reduce your weight and tone your body, you need to develop lean and strong core muscles. When these muscles are firm and tight will not only make you feel good internally, but it will actually make you appear slim and tall. Strong core muscles help you look and feel more attractive.


Over 92% of people who own exercise equipment do not exercise.

Over 80% of people who own health club memberships do not exercise.

Over 65% of people in North America are overweight or obese.

Back disorders are among the leading causes of disability for people in their working years.

More than $36 billion is spent annually in the U.S. on weight loss products. Dieting has led to many unhealthy misconceptions about weight loss.


Reasons Why People Are Overweight
  • Due to the lack of daily exercises and core muscle strength, the abdomen girdle becomes defective, it can no longer support the internal organs. Constipation can cause the large transverse colon to become enlarged and heavy.

  • Due to the lack of core muscle strength, the abdominal wall is not able to provide support, the colon, liver and stomach begin to droop, putting abnormal pressure on the rest of the digestive track and the underlying uterus and bladder. This can lead to bad posture, back pain and overweight problems.

  • Due to our insatiable desire for quick, convenient energy on the go, our streets are crammed with coffee, donuts, and fast-food establishments. This is a quick short-term energy solution through stimulation. However, consumption of nutrient-deficient food can only occur for so long before the body becomes either sick or constipated due to the lack of nutrients to eliminate toxins and to sustain health and fitness.

The large intestine (colon) is a muscle. Therefore, if it lacks tone, every other muscle and cell in the body will consequently also lack tone.

The intent of Core Training

The intent of Core Training is to strengthen the muscle groups that stabilize your skeletal structure. These are primarily the muscles in the thoracic area that determine your posture in each position of your body. The first step to improving your posture is getting to know these muscles, then toning them so you can tighten them independently of your lower back's muscles.Your core muscles serve many vital functions that contribute to your overall health. Let's take a look at key core functions in order to appreciate the importance of core training exercises:

  • Foundation for Movement - If your core does not function properly, you'll most likely experience back and spinal pain, as well as increased chances of injury.

  • Protection of your Vital Systems - Your core provides a protective shield for your spinal cord and internal organs. The core muscles also function to keep your insides in, where they belong.

  • Improves Body Fluids - When your body moves and is exercised from your core, the internal organs are mobilized and stimulated from adhering together. It improves fluid flow through the organs and is very helpful to maintaining normal bowel movement.

  • Enhance Circulatory Support - When you exercise from your core, pressure changes occur in the core muscles that assist the heart and extremity muscles to circulate blood and lymphatic fluids throughout the body.

  • Good Body Posture and Body Stability - Your core muscles stiffen the spine, rib cage and pelvic girdle so that your head, arms and legs have stable working foundation. These muscles all work in harmony to provide stabilization for your body and to transfer power from the legs to the upper body and vice versa.

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How Does It work?

Optimal fitness is the process of building mental and physical health from the core of your body. The core is your entire torso, including your internal organs. You can think of your core as an action center.

When you have good core stability, the muscles in your pelvis, lower back, hips and abdomen work in harmony. Your core provides support to your spine for just about any mental or physical activity.

Nearly every movement of your body involves the use of your Abdominals, Obliques and/or Erector muscles. These muscles are the core of all strength and power movements, as well as the core muscular connection between your upper and lower body.

The stronger these muscles are the more support and stability they can provide for high productivity and creativity. If these muscles are weak and unable to supply the stability your body demands, injury is likely to occur and bad posture will cause lack of mental concentration and premature aging of your body.

Do 10 minutes or 15 minutes routine, depending on your time constraints. With portable tools, now you can practice Core Training at you office, hotel or home.

IMPORTANT: It doesn't matter how old, or how big you are, or even what kind of shape you're in. Expert or beginner, the Mastermoves Core Muscle Training will boost your strength, flexibility, coordination and your body posture. You will learn exercise routines and diet programs that focus on your body and mind as a whole.

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