Starting a new workout regime is always exciting, but it's important to make sure your body is ready for the physical demands you'll be placing on it. One key area to focus on is your core, which includes the muscles in your abdominal and back region
Having a stable core is crucial for overall physical health and performance. It supports your body and helps maintain proper posture, which can improve balance and stability, reduce the risk of falls and injuries, and make everyday tasks easier. A stable core can also enhance athletic performance, whether you're running, playing a sport, or lifting weights.
A stable core isn't just about physical performance, though, it can also help alleviate back pain and improve spinal health.
So before you start your new workout regime, it's a good idea to get a core assessment. A core assessment is a comprehensive evaluation of your core muscles and overall physical condition. It can help identify any weaknesses or imbalances in your core, allowing you to address them before they become a problem that could result in an injury.
Getting a core assessment can also give you a performance baseline to measure your progress as you improve. It's a small investment that can pay big dividends in terms of your overall physical health and performance.
So if you're starting a new workout regime, don't forget to focus on your core. Make sure it's stable and ready to handle the physical demands you'll be placing on it.
A core assessment is a great way to ensure that you're starting off on the right foot and setting yourself up for success. We’re offering FREE Core Assessments if you book any time between now and January 7th. Simply call and leave us a message or click here to book. Let’s get moving!