Here at CSMF we believe and encourage core strengthening because it is the foundation and energy source for all exercise formats and vital in our daily living activity.
Your body’s core is the area around your trunk and pelvis. When you have good core stability, the muscles in your pelvic, low back, hips and abdomen work in harmony. Strong core muscles make it easier to do most physical activities- from swinging a golf club to getting a glass off a top shelf or bending down to tie your shoes. Weak core muscles leave you susceptible to poor posture, low back pain and muscle injuries.
Balance, Coordination and Flexibility:
As life progresses, these key elements are compromised. This functional loss varies from person to person and at varying stages of aging. Through guided exercise an increase in balance, coordination and flexibility are improved along with postural alignment changes, re-education and creation of new postural and biomechanical functioning and habits.
Meaning: you will move more freely in your body, feel taller and freer in your body, your posture will improve which reduces pain, circulation increases for a better exchange of nutrients gases and you will be more sure footed in your step.
| The four elements of a
well rounded routine are:
| Aerobic fitness
| Muscular fitness
| Core stability