A Strong core provides the brace of support needed to help prevent pain and injury, and this is why it is so popular among elite athletes. When you have a good core it provides support to your spine and helps transmit increased power and performance for just about any activity. Be warned, this class is not for the faint hearted. We’ve made grown men cry in our core class.
The core muscles are referred to as the muscles around and the trunk of the body including the abdominal, oblique, mid and lower back. Although a portion of the core is visible surface muscle, most of the muscles that make up the core are deep tissue muscles layered underneath.
The role of your core muscles are to make you strong. Although they are the major contributors to increasing strength, the core muscles are responsible for many of the things we take for granted in everyday living.
Throughout every moment of every day, you’re core muscles are required. In fact, the only time your core muscles are completely complacent is when you are lying on your back.
A strong core helps your whole body with strength.
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