Active Core

With active Core training, the muscles are trained for stability and strength.

What is stability
There are two forms of stability. Active and passive stability

Passive stability: the bones and ligaments of the body provide passive stability. It is the foundation of the body.
Active stability: the muscles provide stability. Stability ensures we can move without the body loses its balance. Stability is important when you have to lift something heavy to maintain your balance.

An important role in stability is proprioception. With proprioception, the brain knows where a body part is in space. For example, bringing a glass to the mouth. We cannot see where our mouth is. Having good proprioception is being able to lift something heavy without falling over.

What is core stability?
Core means the center of the body. A stable core is having strong trunk muscles. The trunk covers the area between the hips and the shoulders and is involved in all the movements you make. The core ensures that your body remains stable, that forces are transferred from bottom to top, and vice versa.

The combination of a correct muscle balance and muscle strength ensures you have a strong core. Physical performance in both daily life and sports performance will improve and you will be less prone to injuries. A strong core ensures a better posture in both standing and sitting.

Core exercises
A number of core exercises are the plank, side plank, abs exercises, glutes exercises, back exercises, and much more! The class has an active part where the core muscles are trained standing, sitting, and lying down.

It’ll be a class in which a lot of variety is used, both active and passive, using different materials.

Experience the diversity of this lesson. We wish you a strong core!!

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