Core Express

Core Express

JBPT brings you Core Express a 30 minute circuit class perfect for working every part of your mid-section. Core Express is a circuit class for everyone of all fitness levels and is perfect to add variety and if you prefer to work at your own pace.

Our Core Express class runs every Thursday at 7am in the Lydiard Millicent Village Hall near West Swindon.   click here to find the latest class listing and book online.

The core is a term used to describe all of the muscles of your midsection. This includes muscles in the front, sides and back of your midsection, as well as many muscles that you can’t see.  The core muscles work as stabilizers for the entire body and help the body function more effectively. Some examples of core muscles are the rectus abdominis (the six pack), the internal and external obliques, the transverse abdominis (the "corset muscle") and the erector spinae.

5 Major Benefits of Core Training

  1. Core training improves functional fitness. Improved functional fitness allows you to perform everyday tasks, such as walking, bending, lifting and squatting, more easily.
  2. Core training reduces the risk for low back pain. Weak core muscles often lead to low back pain. Strong core muscles help you maintain correct posture and reduce strain on your spine.
  3. Core training reduces the risk for various health problems. Strong core muscles reduce the risk for neck pain, torn muscles, ruptured disks, strained ligaments and incontinence.
  4. Core training improves athletic performance. All powerful movements originate from the core of the body out. A stronger core will enable you to generate more powerful and rapid arm and leg movements.
  5. Core training helps you look good. Core training will keep your waistline tight and when combined with a low bodyfat percentage will give you a good looking set of abs.

Increase your core strength in a fun friendly and professional environment. We promise you will leave invigorated SIGN UP TODAY and join the JBPT energy.....

 

 

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