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The Power Center

July 16, 2009


Whatever you do, don’t forget about your power center!  Yes, you have a locus of power!  It helps you with your speed and quickness, your balance, and your overall power.  This center of power helps you to change directions quickly, reduce your chances of injury, and steer clear of back injury.  What is this Power Center?  It’s your core!  Other names for it are the “trunk”, and the “low torso”.  It includes your abdominal wall, your lower back muscles, and the muscles on either side of your abdominal area (they’re called obliques).  Keeping this area in good shape helps with all the physical attributes just mentioned, and as an extra added bonus, if you’re lean, this area helps you look good too.  We’ll get more into the specifics of a strong healthy core in the coming days.

Darryl

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6 Responses to “The Power Center”


  1. Hi Darryl,

    what a great reminder to focus on our abdominal core muscle power center for good fitness health.

    Take care,

    April Braswell

    Young Widows Grief Bereavement Counseling Vegas Orange County, Costa Mesa Fountain Valley Huntington Beach, CA

  2. Hi Darryl,

    it really IS the locus of our power. In the energetic sphere, chakras etc. it is the area from which is our life force. And when we strengthen our core as you recommend, we are more self-confident, both physically and spiritually.

    Happy Dating and Relationships,

    April Braswell

    Single Baby Boomer Dating Success Expert

  3. John Ho says:

    Darryl,

    Exercising the muscle correctly is crucial. So many health problems start from msucle being misaligned with the body.

    John Ho
    Numerology Expert Helps Understanding Personality for Better Influence & Persuasion (WordPress Blog)
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  4. JJ Jalopy says:

    Does this mean I should be doing loads of crunches?

    I’ve always hated crunches!

  5. The core is important that is for sure. I have a friend with a back injury who is over weight on he was surprised to find out that his physical therapist wanted to address his “core” to begin with rather than his back.

    Anthony
    http://www.anthonylemme.com

 

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