The Core Strength Workout by Karon Karter
Get Flat Abs and a Healthy Back

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The perennially popular Yoga, Ballet, and Pilates all owe their success to what has become the latest buzzword in fitness: CORE STRENGTH. Core strength refers to the torso muscles from the glutes and abs to the back and neck those muscles that literally keep you standing tall, strong, and erect. Athletes and dancers have always understood the importance of core strength; as our population ages everyone is beginning to herald workouts that concentrate on these all-essential muscle groups. After years of relying on yoga, pilates, ballet, and various combinations thereof to work these muscles, the fitness industry is now developing routines strictly for core strength.

 

About Karon Karter

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Karon Karter wrote The Compete Idiots Guide to Pilates. She lives in Dallas.
 
Published April 4, 2004 by Fair Winds Press. 208 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting. Non-fiction

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