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What is my core?
Your core is the surrounding muscles that support your spine, provide stability and also help generate power during movement. So not just your abs (This is what a lot of people think and get told), but your oblique’s and back muscles too.
Why should I have a strong core?
Back pain is a common side effect of a weak core this can also be the case if either your core or back are stronger then the other.
What are some of the benefits of a strong core?
Tighter, Flat Tummy Improved Posture Aids Injury Prevention & Muscles Work Together for Increased Strength. How to engage your core Breathe normally but draw your belly button towards your spine, up towards your rib cage. Keep it tight. This can be done during various exercises as well as on a daily general basis to keep your core activated and work the muscles from the inside out.