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Focus On Core

As we enter our 50s, our bodies undergo a series of changes that can affect our overall health and well-being. One area of the body that is particularly important to focus on during this time is the core.


The core muscles, which include the abs, back muscles, and pelvic floor, are crucial for maintaining good posture, balance, and stability. They also help support the spine and can prevent back pain, a common issue for women as we age.


Strengthening our core can also improve overall fitness and athleticism, making it easier to perform everyday activities like lifting groceries or playing with grandchildren. It can also reduce the risk of falls, which can be especially dangerous for older adults.


In addition to physical benefits, strengthening our core can also have psychological benefits. A strong core can improve self-confidence and body image, which can be important as we navigate the changes that come with aging.


There are many ways to strengthen the core, including exercises like planks, our barre abs (the curl) and Pilates.


As women in our 50s, we should also remember to incorporate other types of exercise into their routine, such as cardiovascular exercise and strength training for other muscle groups. A good walk would do the trick here!


If it’s one thing I’m certain of, strengthening our core is essential to maintaining good health and quality of life. By incorporating core exercises into our fitness routines, we can improve posture, reduce the risk of back pain and falls, and boost confidence and self-esteem. It’s a WIN, WIN, WIN.


If you are looking for a good workout that is safe AND effective- feel free to check out this class CORE 40- that I teach on Fridays virtually at 8:00EST.





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