Why CORE BASICS?
Traditional “Core Training” often leaves people feeling stiff and immobile. People will tend to overuse their Hip Flexors and Lower Back Muscles and this will often lead to poor movement, poor performance and even pain.
If you are a bodybuilder who’s only interest is in looking good and don’t care about moving or feeling great, then traditional core training is fine & this program is not for you.
However, if you are interested in (re)building a strong & dynamic core that allows you to re-invigorate your spine, move safely and dynamically in 3D then we got you covered.
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CORE Basics FAQ
Here are the most common questions we get asked about the CB program:
It’s structured in a way that no matter what your ability is you’ll be able to take part and do as much as you want or need to do.
10 minutes a day is all you need for breathing and mobility work, and then the strength work is done twice a week (or more if you’d like) for about 20 minutes.
If you’re consistent for 4-6 weeks, your body will feel like brand new. Some people continue the program for longer as there’s no real end date, once you’ve bought it you can do the program for as long as you like, or need to.
Not at all. With the CB program, there is both a beginner and an advanced option so you’ll be able to choose which one suits you. You can even build-up to the advanced one later on if you like.
Nope! Over 250 professional athletes have done the CB program and most of the exercises involved are things a lot of the athletes have found tricky, so it won’t be too easy for you.
While this program has helped a lot of people with their injuries, if you’re currently injured or have other health issues consult your doctor or health care professional before starting this program.
Do not start this program if you’ve been advised against it by your physician or health care provider.
If you experience any of the following while doing this program you should stop immediately:
- Shortness of breath
This program offers information in relation to breathing, mobility and strength training and is designed for educational purposes only. It is not suitable as a substitute for professional medical advice.
Of course! The breathing, mobility, and strength exercises actually complement a lot of other training programs. It’s very flexible so you can adapt it to fit in with your current training schedule
No gym equipment is needed for the the breathing, mobility & static strength work (70% of the program). A light (2-4kg) medicine ball is required for the dynamic throws. Don’t wait to start the program if you don’t have a ball right away. There’s lots of improvements to make while you wait to get your hands on the med ball.
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