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Core and Stability

Body Best offers a variety of tools to help build core strength and overall stability. These tools can be used in physiotherapy to strengthen specific muscle groups, or to rebuild damaged muscles following an injury. Good core strength can mean better balance, and relief of strain to the pelvis and lower back.

What are the benefits of developing core and stability?

Core strengthening products are designed to target and engage the muscles of the core, which include the muscles of the abdomen, lower back, hips, and pelvis. These products can be used to build core strength and stability in the human body through the following ways:

  • Resistance training: Many core strengthening products provide resistance, such as resistance bands, medicine balls, or weighted vests. Resistance training challenges the core muscles, making them work harder and promoting muscle growth and strength development. By gradually increasing the resistance over time, individuals can progressively improve their core strength.
  • Isometric exercises: Some core strengthening products, such as stability balls or balance boards, require maintaining static positions or balancing. These exercises engage the core muscles isometrically, which means the muscles contract without any movement. Isometric exercises are effective in building core stability and improving postural control.
  • Dynamic movements: Core strengthening products can facilitate dynamic movements that target the core muscles. For example, using an exercise ball for crunches or planks requires engaging the core to stabilize the body during the movement. These dynamic movements help improve core strength, coordination, and functional stability.
  • Full-body integration: Many core strengthening products encourage full-body movements or exercises that engage multiple muscle groups, including the core. Activities like kettlebell swings, deadlifts, or yoga poses involve the core muscles as stabilizers while also challenging other muscle groups. By incorporating full-body movements, these products promote overall strength and stability, including the core.
  • Rehabilitation and injury prevention: Core strengthening products are often used in physical therapy settings to aid in rehabilitation and injury prevention. They can help individuals recover from injuries, improve posture, correct muscle imbalances, and enhance overall stability to reduce the risk of future injuries.

When using core strengthening products, it is important to ensure proper form and technique to maximise the effectiveness and minimize the risk of injury. Consulting with a fitness professional or physiotherapist can provide guidance on the appropriate use of these products based on individual needs and goals. Additionally, it's worth noting that core strength training should be complemented with a well-rounded exercise program that includes cardiovascular training, flexibility work, and other strength training exercises for optimal overall fitness.


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