30 Sep Core Strength
We could all agree that being able to move around with ease and comfort is essential for living a healthy life, as well as having a good quality of life. Whether you have thought about it or not, your core is a large part of your body that impacts this ability to move around with ease and comfort. Our core consists of muscles that aide the spine and pelvis. The spine and pelvis in turn impact our legs and upper body. Having a functioning core is essential to getting up out of bed, sitting on a couch, chasing after your child or animal, picking up a dropped item off the floor, and many more daily functions. A strong core can also allow you to achieve great physical feats such as running a race, playing a sport, or climbing a mountain. Whatever the physical activity involves, your core most likely plays a part in it. That is why looking after your core and actively strengthening it is very important for maintaining your physical health. There is no one core workout or exercise that is right for everyone. Finding the right regimen for your body and health needs are what is important. As with any physical activity or making changes in your health, consult with your healthcare provider before beginning. It is important to make sure that you are capable of making changes to your exercise routine to avoid injury or harm.
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For the source and more information about your core, check it out: https://www.health.harvard.edu/blog/understanding-and-improving-core-strength- 2018090414662