There are four foundational keys to having and keeping a functional body throughout life. Your body is a walking, talking CREDIT CARD… spend it wisely. Remember, if you don’t make regular healthy payments, or if your payment is counterfeit, you will no longer be functional. Hydration: Structured Water Nutrition: Whole Plant Based Nutrition Gentle Daily Cleansing: Lean, Keen, Toxin-Free Core Exercise: Live Long – Core Strong The most important group of muscles in your body is the core muscles. Your core, literally, is what gets you up and holds you up. Your core plays a major role in almost every movement of your body. Core muscles allow you the ability to complete the tasks that you need to perform every day. It is the vital ‘foundation’ of all your body’s movements, whether you are walking, carrying a heavy grocery bag, picking up your grandchild, keeping your balance on a slippery sidewalk or playing sports. Most people’s lives are becoming increasingly inactive; we spend most of our time sitting while we’re awake, with our core muscles relaxed. This sedentary time happens at home, at school, in vehicles and at the workplace. Maintaining a strong body core is important at any age; balance, posture and back health are directly linked to core strength. The core muscle group includes all of the muscles that make up your torso, which keeps your body stable and balanced. It takes many different muscles working in harmony to keep your body aligned during all of your many daily activities. Similar to the trunk of a tree, your core muscles need to be strong, but always flexible. A weak or inflexible core will drain you of your energy, making you susceptible to injury. As we age or become sick what sticks out the most but our abdomen. When you lack tone internally and externally you will find your core hanging down and out like you feel.
No matter where movement begins, it ripples upward and downward through the core. That means a strong, flexible core is vital in everything you do. Everyday Activities: Even the most basic activities of daily living, like bathing or dressing, call on your core muscles. The Work Place: No matter the task, whether lifting, twisting or typing, -a strong core makes for good posture. Good posture prevents injuries and makes you look and feel younger. A Healthy Back: Low back pain can be prevented with core exercises such as: Yoga, Core Master Twister and Rebounding. Sports and Other Activities: A strong core powers all athletic activities, even sexual activity requires core power and flexibility. Housework and Gardening: Lifting, bending, twisting, carrying, hammering, reaching, mopping, vacuuming, and dusting all rely on a strong core. Bathroom: Without a strong core your large intestine will sit limp within your pelvis and you will need to push to have a bowel movement. This will cause hemorrhoids and may even cause a hernia. Balance and Stability: When you begin to lose your balance or become unstable, look to core exercises that will create a strong foundation and restore your balance as well. Good Posture: Poor posture leads to injury, creates wear and tear on the spine and interferes with your breathing. Shallow breathing is shallow living. Good posture from a strong core projects confidence and prevents both injury and muscle pain.
Your core muscles are responsible for all your body’s strength, including your arms and legs. I have seen countless people at the gym with a weak core and no matter how much they work their arms and legs they will never achieve their desired affects. Your core is everything. It houses your digestive tract, liver, pancreas, stomach, lungs and heart, but most importantly – the Mother of All Organs, your Large Intestine. You will never reap the rewards you deserve in your exercises if your focus is not on your Core, when your core lacks tone, your organs will lack tone and stagnate with waste and you will be kissing more then your butt goodbye. You know the roll that’s hanging over your belt? Well that’s the Mother of All Organs, your Large Intestine in a comatose state. How’s that for down and out. Your core abdominal muscles play a major role in some of your most important bodily functions, such as breathing, vomiting, coughing, urination and excretion. Do you experience two, 5 to 7 inch long bowel movements a day without grunting, with the feeling of complete elimination? If no, then you have entered The Domino Effect of Acidosis.
How many times have you heard this one? “I just bent over to pick up something and snap went my back!” The rest of this story is: There is no more core, it has fallen on the floor. Stored fat in the core area, particularly in the abdominal area, will increase your risk of heart disease, Type 2 Diabetes and some cancers. Losing fat and building strength in the core can help improve your balance, stability and posture and reduce the risk of back problems. Now we’ve established how important it is to tone and detox your Internal and External Core. A strong ‘Internal’ and ‘External’ core will restore your body’s strength and stamina because its job is nutrient uptake and waste elimination. Go to the source – go to the Core. For the fastest results, combine proper core exercise with a Whole Plant Based diet, Superfood Nutrition, Gentle Daily Cleansing and ample Structured Water. Live Long Core Strong ‘Healthy to 100’.
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