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Take Care of your Body!

Published on 5/28/2017
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"Take care of your body. It's the only place you have to live."

Jim Rohn

One of the best things that we can do for ourselves is spend some time developing and strengthening our core muscles. Besides improving our outward appearance, strengthening our core muscles can improve our respiratory system, gives stability and support to our spine and shore up our posture. These exercises also help with the prevention of injury.


We never think about how exercises can help us in our everyday lives but doing actual core exercises teach our muscles how to work together and respond to each other. Our upper and lower abdominals are engaged anytime we sit, stand or engage in any kind of quick movements. If our core muscles are stable then, it is highly likely that the rest of our bodies are likely to be stable too.


“Your core muscles are the muscles supporting your back and spine and include everything except your arms and lower legs. Your core is far more than just the abdominals. All the muscles you need to keep your body balanced, upright and functional are part of the core. To train your body and keep it healthy, you should start with the foundation muscles, which is your core.” ~Pete


Some of the best exercises to start with will work more than one muscle area at a time like planking, the dead bug and the bear crawl.


Learn more about how to engage your core muscles and engage your body here:

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