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Core Stability Exercises Are Vital

By Emma Smith

If you have been in the fitness arena for any length of time you will know how important it is to work on your core. You will be surprised by how many people don’t and spend all their time working on their biceps. They need to know about core stability exercises.

So why are core stability exercises so important? Well they strengthen the spine. If you have a weak spine then you are susceptible to injury. If your spine is strong then you should be able to fight off injury more quickly.

I bet you can guess the problem you are likely to have if your core is weak. That is right, back problems. Like anything, prevention is better than cure, so by doing your core stability exercises you are doing as much as you can to prevent yourself from suffering in the future.

Although common, bad backs aren’t the only problem. If your posture isn’t good then you could be putting too much pressure on other parts of your body. This can lead to other injuries in the knee area.

So you have seen that by doing your core stability exercises you can reduce the risk of injury. So what are the other benefits? If you are into your fitness then a strong core will help with your workouts. The stronger your core the harder you will be able to work out.

The thing that I love about them is I can do them at home. All I have to do it put on a DVD and get my exercise ball out. They are simple to do and I find them fun. You can also get your family and friends to join in.

I am sure that your next session at the gym will involve more core stability exercises. That is good and your core will thank you! That little extra effort now will be worth it in the future.

The importance of core stability exercises can’t be overstated. If you would like more to receive more guidance then go to Emma’s website. There you will find lots of to receive more guidance about how you can get your core exercises working for you.

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Smith, Emma "Core Stability Exercises Are Vital." Core Stability Exercises Are Vital. 17 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 14 Sep 2016 <http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/exercise/core-stability-exercises-are-vital/>.

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Smith, E (2010, August 17). Core Stability Exercises Are Vital. Retrieved September 14, 2016, from http://uberarticles.com/health-and-fitness/exercise/core-stability-exercises-are-vital/

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