The core is where the body’s center of gravity is located and where all movement originates. Building a strong core will enhance balance and stability in everything you do.
Some individuals have developed strength, power, and muscular endurance in the movement system, which enables them to perform functional activities. Few people, however, have properly developed the local stabilization muscles required
for intervertebral stabilization.
When executed properly, core training programs can reduce pain and help improve function and performance.
To perform core exercises using proper form, use the following methods to activate your muscles:
Draw in the navel towards your spine
Contract both the abdominal, lower back, and buttock muscles at the same time.