🔶DON’T IGNORE YOUR CORE MUSCLES
🔸When it comes to fitness, one of the most crucial areas of the body is often the most neglected -- The Core.
🔸The core consists of most of the muscles in the torso, including the abdominal muscles (the ones that make up the so-called "six pack"), as well as those in the back, pelvis and buttocks.
🔸A strong core is important not only to completing basic tasks, it also helps improve strength and prevent injuries, "As we get older, we're more prone to injuries in our lower back and hip areas”, "In many cases, this is due to a lack of strength and flexibility in the region of our core."
🔸House cleaning, such as scrubbing floors and vacuuming, as well as doing yard work also provide a great functional core workout.
🔸An additional advantage of a strong core is good posture, "The core's main job is stabilization, so if you have a strong core it will keep you upright, which leads to good posture,". Good posture is always important because it means the muscles of your core are activating properly. It also means there is the least amount of force on your joints so everything is in alignment. There is less of a chance of injury from every-day activities.
🔸Injuries can be accruing for many decades as a result of weakening and tightening of core muscles. "This can lead to conditions such as herniated disks and sciatic nerve issues,". This is why it becomes more and more important to pay attention to our core to give us a better quality of life and help us function better.
🔸Do exercises for Core Muscles twice a week: T-Side Planks, Planks, Bridges, Segment Rotation, Superman, Quadruped, etc.
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