Conditioning Your Core: Stability, Balance and the End of Back Ache

Posted on June 30, 2008. Filed under: Fitness, wellbeing | Tags: , , , , , |

Mikael Häggström)

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When was the last time you thought about your core muscles? These muscles help your balance and stabilise your back, protecting it against strain and poor posture. The rewards are amazing and I have articles on this on our Website: http://health-fitness-videos.com/

The core muscles of your body are:transverse abdominus, rectus abdominus, external obliques, gluteals and even our pelvic floor muscles. Do you have a core stability program? Why do you need one?

See this reply by Amelia Burton “The answer: Core stability exercises are one of the best ways to strengthen and retrain the body’s postural muscles to work effectively. They are excellent when you progress at the right speed, and bad for you if you done incorrectly. There is a fine line between these exercises helping or hurting your back.”

Having a Core Stability program can help to alleviate back pain, neck pain, poor posture, help alleviate breathing problems, problems caused by a weak pelvic floor, give you an amazing posture, better sex life, and more energy, strength and stamina.

Ask your personal trainer or fitness centre for a core stability program today.

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Thanks for sharing the information. I have given a stumble to your blog.


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