Sundays - 4pm to 6pm
Come alone or bring a friend!
Training for Dancing
is the intent of Core Training?
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 together with your lower
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:
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dancers and non-dancers of all
skill levels welcome!
No partner required!
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