Fitness Over 40

Core Exercises for Baby Boomers, Stage 2

Posted by LeeAnn Langdon on Sun, Oct 30, 2011 @ 02:55 PM

Once you've spent a couple weeks building up the endurance of your deepest core muscles with Stage 1 of our core exercises for Baby Boomers, you're ready to move on to more advanced techniques and bigger movements.

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Tags: Baby Boomer, core exercises, abdominal exercises

Core Exercises for Baby Boomers: What, No Crunches?

Posted by LeeAnn Langdon on Fri, Oct 28, 2011 @ 02:40 PM

I think most Baby Boomers realize that strong core muscles support and stabilize the spine and provide a base of support for every move we make with our bodies. We know that core endurance can help eliminate many types of low back pain. And we know that a strong core is essential for maintaining balance as we age. But if you haven't been a regular exerciser for a few years, you may find it hard to keep up in the abs of steel class at your local gym, or even beginning Pilates.

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Tags: balance, Baby Boomer, core exercises, abdominal exercises

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