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Fit Tip: The Importance of Core Training. Fitness. 2016-07-08 | By: Snap Fitness Your core is just as important to train as any part of your body. You’ve heard it a million times, but that’s because it’s true.
It’s not because it gives you rock-hard abs to show off at the beach (although that is a nice side effect) or because it helps. Research shows that core strength training (and training the deep trunk muscles specifically) can help alleviate lower-back pain. “While back injuries are very common with a weak core, you can also injure other parts of your body as a result, like your shoulders, hips, and knees,” says McHale. Core exercises are an important part of a well-rounded fitness program.
Aside from occasional situps and pushups, however, core exercises are often neglected. Still, it pays to get your core muscles — the muscles around your trunk and pelvis — in better shape. In this video I discuss why core training is important, 3 benefits of core training and I give a quick overview of what I do to train my core. Your core stabilizes your body, allowing you to move in any direction, even on the bumpiest terrain, or stand in one spot without losing your balance.
Viewed this way, core exercises can lessen your risk of falling. Good posture. Weak core muscles contribute to slouching. Good posture trims your silhouette and projects confidence. Your core is not only where your organs and central nervous system do their busy-work, it’s also where your body’s largest (and most important) veins and arteries are based.
Keeping strong core muscles will help ensure everything stays protected as you move through your day. CORE STRENGTH EXERCISES. 2–3 sets of 8–12 reps at a medium tempo. Cable Rotation. This progression adds spinal and hip rotation.
The torso stays tall, chest up. Tip: Cue clients to think of the trunk as the perturbator in a top-loading laundry machine, spinning around a single axis without tilting. Stability Ball Back Extension. The proper intensity, exercise selection, and frequency of core training will reduce your waist circumference, a marker of long-term health risk, not mention the aesthetically pleasing benefit of.
The most important thing to remember when training the core is to avoid using momentum and instead perform each exercise with awareness so that the core is actually braced or engaged. The following seven core stability exercises can be added to your current workout routine. There’s another v important benefit of unilateral training: Improved core strength. “In order to keep you stable while you do these single-limbed movements, your trunk has to go into overdrive,” says Luciani. “Any time you load one side of the body, it’s going to work and strengthen the core.”.
List of related literature:
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|from Smarter Workouts: The Science of Exercise Made Simple|
|from NSCA’s Essentials of Personal Training|
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|from The Ketogenic Diet: A Complete Guide for the Dieter and Practitioner|
|from Encyclopedia of Sports Medicine|
|from The New Rules of Lifting: Six Basic Moves for Maximum Muscle|
|from The Art and Science of Training|
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|from Your Body Is Your Barbell: Lose Weight and Get into the Best Shape of Your Life in just 6 Weeks Using Nothing but Your own Bodyweight|