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What is Your Core?

Anatomy books will list every muscle in the abdominal region, but you will not find any reference to the core strength. This is because "core strength" is a new phrase used in exercise and fitness programs that refers to the muscles of your abs, upper back, and lower back. Your core strength is determined by the ability of these muscles to support your spine, keep your body balanced and stable, and act as the basis of every major movement performed by your entire body.
  • Learn about the specific muscles that are collectively defined as your core muscles and determine your core strength. Being familiar with this group of muscles will make your workouts more efficient and will give you better results.
  • Read about core training research that explains the benefits of increasing your core strength.
  • Discover how the Core Progression Program has the potential to transform your body to a whole new level of fitness and core strength!

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