E V E R Y O N E N E E D S C O R E S T R E N G T H
What do runners have in common with rock climbers? Or pregnant women with retirees? How about cyclists with equestrians? Or office workers with kayakerss? The answer is, they all require core strength.
Tour De Core Personal Training, trains Rock Climbers, Outdoor Cyclists, Kayakers, Skiers, Tennis Players, Equestrians, Hikers and Backpackers, Figure Skaters, Hockey, and Soccer Players all benefit from a strong core. Two important benefits are sports injury prevention, and improved performance.
You don’t have to be a runner, or cyclist to train your core. Everyday Athletes are office workers, stay-at-home moms, food service employees, and those involved in physically demanding occupations, such as those whose jobs require lifting and loading.
All too often the everyday athlete experiences aches and pains associated with overworked muscles that lack the power to perform daily tasks. For example, 80 percent of Americans suffer with chronic backaches, due to weak core muscles.
Repetitive movement, like lifting or moving heavy objects, can land you in the doctor’s office, unless you learn how to use strong core muscles to help tackle daily chores.
If you’re a 30 year old Everyday Athlete, core training makes you more efficient in your daily activities. A strenuous job is a good reason to strengthen your core muscles. You won’t have to worry about on-the-job injury, and low backaches anymore.
No matter what age you are, whether sit all day, are active on the weekends, swing a golf club, or paddle a canoe, core strength training should be on your calendar.
If you’re 50 Plus, you can look forward to independent living, because core strength improves your balance.
If you’ve been sitting on the couch, and wondering whether you can tackle exercise, the answer is yes. Regular exercise is a health habit, just like brushing your teeth, or taking a shower. Once you’ve made it a habit, exercise is part of your life, a routine you’ll do on a regular basis, starting from day one.
SOMEONE YOU’D LIKE TO BE
Do you dream of being stronger, and looking better? Core Fitness can make it happen. Here are a few of the benefits.
Improve Sports Performance ♦ Cycle Longer and Faster with Less Fatigue ♦ Walk better.♦ Run Quicker.♦ Stop Falls ♦ Improve Posture ♦ Stand Taller ♦ Look Great ♦ Prevent and Get Rid of Backache and Shoulder Pain ♦ Fewer Prenatal Aches and Pains ♦ Live Longer and Better ♦ Improve Quality of Life ♦ Prevent Occupational Injuries ♦
Bodily strength gives you freedom from debilitating health conditions and diseases. It starts with your core – getting strong from the inside out. fitness pioneers Jack LaLanne, Joseph Pilates, and Charles Atlas lived their lives centered around having a healthy body. So can you. Make up your mind to quit being a couch potato.
Get more info about your core at, A Quick Guide To Core Muscles.