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Working the Core

Wednesday, March 10, 2010


The Core is the foundation of your body. Unless your core is sound, you are susceptible to maladies that no amount of push-ups or sit-ups can help.

Your Core muscles are your lower abdominals, lower back, and pelvic floor.

See my video blogs for sample exercises.

Stay strong,
Anne Burnell
www.strongerseniors.com/
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B_NAVY_FIT 3/11/2010 5:48PM

    Thanks for fixing it! Im happy that I can finally hear you explain everything with out the music! :D :D

Youre very informative, and it helps a lot! :D Thanks again!
-- Rach

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ANNEBURNELL 3/11/2010 11:42AM

    Hi Lin M,

If you mean soreness DURING exercise, that is a signal to stop. If your lower abs get a little sore AFTER exercise, that's OK. it means you have pushed your muscle to the higher end of the KREBS cycle and it needs to recover.

Give that muscle a day off.

Hope that helps. Thanks for writing.

Anne

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LINM15 3/11/2010 4:27AM

  So if your lower abdominal muscles gets sore while crunching, does that mean it is working?

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