Starting out a brand new Facebook focusing more core, posture , strength and balance. But still keeping with my sense of humor( if you think I have one). Please visit and like, if you like what you see. Thanks.
Two Time Indy Car Champ, Scott Dixon, getting ready for a 2013 Championship on the CrossCore180® Rotational Bodyweight Trainer™. Improving ones balance on the CrossCore180® is beneficial to any sport. Especially racing. Thanks to our pals at PitFit Training in Indianapolis for posting this. www.crosscore-usa.com
If you are pondering the differences between CrossCore®, Straps and Rings, this is a good video that addresses just that. All are good products, but none are as versatile as CrossCore180®. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aDigAtVzy3o
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Gluteus Maximus (your butt) muscles are without a doubt the most important muscles in sports and can fill out a pair of jeans quite nicely. We spend our lives sitting of them but without them we would be dragging our hands on the ground. They are important for balance and strength throughout our entire body. Here are my... top 3 glute exercises.
Here are 3 simple tests you can do at home to see where your balance is at.
1. Sit to stand.
Stand up from a seated position. Try not to use your hands for support
Poor- Need minimal assistance to stand and balance.
Good- Able to stand by yourself by using your hands
Excellent- Able to stand with no assistance and stand independently
An important component of sports performance is balance and stability training. Unfortunately, balance deteriorates with age and often goes unnoticed until it becomes a major problem. Poor balance can result in falls and stumbles that can cause serious orthopedic injuries and even death. This year, the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has added neuromotor exercise recommendations for 2-3 times per week on top of their regular cardiovascular, strength, and flexibly protocols. Neuromotor exercises are exercises that improve balance, agility, coordination, and