Blogs about Core Conditioning

Thursday, March 06, 2014 • Hilo, HI 96720
Soul Fitness Hawaii, for your Mind, Body & Soul
Functional Fitness Classes.... What is that??? Functional fitness is nothing new, really, it's just basic calisthenic style exercises that help to improve strength, range of motion, balance and coordination, stimulate brain memory, create happy hormones for improve mood, reduce stress and anxiety, and aid in fall prevention, reduce injuries, and identify signs of dehydration... and this is just a few of what my LIFT 2 THRIVE Super Seniors learn about in my on going classes.  
Tuesday, March 04, 2014 • Sunnyvale, TX 75182
The Balance Guy
Catch up will all my lastest fitness article on Examiner. Com http://www.examiner.com/personal-training-in-dallas/shane-mclean Will not be disappointed. Check it out. 
Saturday, March 01, 2014 • San Mateo, CA 94403
Monique Molino's Pilates, TRX Suspension Trainer, and Dance Blog
http://issuu.com/pjcc/docs/connections_jan_2014?e=1653604/5899816Sneak these three effective moves into every workout for a coveted core. (Original publication in the Peninsula Jewish Community Center's in house magazine, Connections. Issue January 2014.) 
Thursday, February 06, 2014 • Fort Worth, TX 76132
Seawrightfitness.com
Our core is pretty much the brain of our human movement system. A strong core allows you to achieve optimum performance during training and helps prevent you from getting injured during exercises and activities and betters your balance during training. A weak core could lead to predictable patterns of injury and insufficient movement through out the body. So remember, if you're looking to improve your over all functional performance during your work out keeping your core tight will allow you to have a more productive workout.
Thursday, January 30, 2014 • B4C 2N2, CA
Renita Collier's Blog
We all want to feel the burn when working out, but what about the shakes? I'm not talking about feeling dizzy from not eating enough or from coming up too fast after doing a forward bend. When your body is working really hard, either holding a challenging position or toward the end of a set, your muscles start to unintentionally quiver.