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  1. Besides being located at the centermost region of your body, there is another reason why your core is called by that name. The muscles that make up your core are responsible for distributing energy, weight, and movement throughout your upper and lower torsos. Your core also ensures that the other muscle groups in your body cooperate with one another during exertion. Without it, you lack the support structure needed to give you balance, flexibility, and the strength needed to carry your body weight. Outside of serving as a foundation, the core is also responsible for making sure certain bodily functions continue to work normally. That means your core muscles help with blood circulation, digestion, etc. They also make sure that your organs stay in place when you are moving. It can be easy to take for granted how your body moves exactly how you want it to without pain or inconvenience. Making sure that your core is well-built can make all the difference as you do physical tasks in your daily life. The core is included in most fitness programs since you need to evenly bulk up all the muscles in your body. However, there are times you may want to focus your attention on just your core. A popular reason for working on your core is to get firm and impressive looking abs. Besides showing off how muscular you are, it is proof that you put in a lot of effort to get your body in shape. Muscles Improved in Core Workout Tips To Make the Most of Your Core Workout Core Workout Routine Core Exercise Takeaway
  2. Hello, I’m a 55 yo woman who has let my health decline for decades. Because I have a job involving constant walking, I fooled myself that I was sort of in shape. I have three areas that need immediate attention. I have little flexibility, and that’s aggravated joint damage in my feet, knees, and one shoulder. I have physical therapy exercises for that. My muscles are weaker than ever, but I’m getting better with C25K. Is there a way I can manage doing running, stretching, and strength training on a regular basis without overdoing it? There are many more details I could add about my stuation if anyone wants to know.
  3. Good Morning! I just downloaded the c25k app and am ready to start running! I have been working out on average 4 days a week since August last year. I have lost 20 lbs which I am thrilled about but still have about 50 more to go. So, how does the app work exactly? Does it break down time for interval training with walking, jogging and running? I want to start after work today. Shannon
  4. Hello, What kind of routine or workout do you all do on your rest days. I am not comfortable taking the day off totally, so am wondering what strength/HIIT/etc, training or routines you guys do on the days you are not working through the program.
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