Our core strength is just as important as the central nervous in terms of their purpose. Our core allows the rest of body to function or move as stable and efficiently as possible. Look at it as a generator or light switch; you can’t see unless you turn it on. If your core is not on or activated, you will not be able to perform exercises at the best of your ability due to other parts of the body having to compensate which becomes a domino effect leading to injuries. Here are a few core exercises to try:
Stability Ball/Battle Rope:
1. Planking Knee Tucks (bilateral hip flexion/core)
2. High Reverse Crunch
3. Runner stance hold
4. Elbow Planking battle rope pulls
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