Updated: May 28
As the name suggests it’s the CORE of human body. Every muscle tissue that connects directly to the spine is Core. Majorly Transverse abdominis, Obliques, Pelvic Floor, Abdominals are considered as core muscles but we can’t ignore Pectoralis, serratus, Lats, Lumbar fascia and Gluteal muscles as they are major movers in most of the activities. Core mostly works as a stabiliser when the other body parts are in motion. But we must train core as a mover and as well as a stabiliser to gain optimal strength and stability.
Strong core makes many human movements clean, pain free and effortless, strong core prevents proximal and distal injuries. Transfer of forces from arm to leg and leg to arm are transmitted through the core so we must train it at least twice a week to build strength and stability in our body.
Example of Stability Exercises : Planks, Dead bug, Bird dog…
Example of Mover Exercises : Situps, Leg raises, Russian Twists…
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