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To move efficiently, to move with strength and grace, we need the flexibility to have proper range of motion in our joints.
To use our bodies efficiently, we must be properly aligned. This can be conceived of as "posture," or as a balanced activation of muscle groups. Without alignment, injury is inevitable. ... moreMaximize your strength and conditioning with proper alignment.
Sports Nutrition is the study and practice of nutrition and diet as it relates to athletic performance. It is concerned with the type and quantity of fluid and food taken by an athlete, ... moreand deals with nutrients such as vitamins, minerals, supplements and organic substances such as carbohydrates, proteins and fats. Although an important part of many sports training regimens, it is most popular in strength sports (such as weight lifting and bodybuilding) and endurance sports (for example cycling, running, swimming, rowing).
Not only can one-sided preference for abdominal muscles (lack of exercise focused on other core muscles) result in creating muscle imbalances, but the effectiveness of exercise is ... morealso far from what could be achieved with a balanced workout planning. Core training frequently utilizes balance exercises. These are characterized by unstable position that requires involvement of a wide range of muscles which help balance oscillation of the centre of gravity. We can balance both in static positions and while performing dynamic movements.

The goal of core training is definitely not to develop muscle hypertrophy but to improve functional predispositions of physical activity. This particularly involves improving intra- and intermuscular coordination or synchronization of participating muscles.

Involvement of the core means more than just compressing abdominal muscles when in crouching or seated position. The role of the core muscles is to stabilize the spine. Resisting expansion or rotation is as important as the ability to execute movement.