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The Simple Truth About Core Exercises

Core exercises are an important foundation to any workout program. Strong core muscles help you move. When they are weak you are more prone to injury and you feel old.

June 5, 2012 - PRLog -- The Simple Truth About Core Exercises

People are talking about core muscles a lot these days, but many individuals think these are just abdominal muscles. The core is actually more than this, including lower back muscles. If you know what these muscles are and why they are important, you can get good results with your core exercises.

Think about these muscles this way. Core muscles exist to stabilize your body. They help you stand straight, twist, and move. They also protect your spine. Whenever you move, core muscles contract, so they should be kept healthy through exercise.

These muscles work as a team, although they can be isolated. The most important ones are in your lower back as well as the abdominals. Injury is common when these are not trained to work properly together.

To avoid injury, practice core routines, either directly or indirectly. You want to tire these muscles out, so go that extra mile to work a little harder, but within safe limits. The challenge should never be painful. Always maintain proper form as well. Usually up to fifteen repetitions of a move are enough to achieve a high level of fatigue. Your body will look toned, but the most important benefit will be to spinal health.

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