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Beginner Core Exercises Why do Core Exercises? A strong core is one that can hold a tense, stable position – protecting the spine and enabling the arms and legs to produce propulsive force for extended periods.

Beginner Core Exercises Why do Core Exercises? A strong core is one that can hold a tense, stable position – protecting the spine and enabling the arms and legs to produce propulsive force for extended periods.   #Core #Core Training #Strength training

Beginner Core Exercises Why do Core Exercises? A strong core is one that can hold a tense, stable position – protecting the spine and enabling the arms and legs to produce propulsive force for extended periods.

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Beginner Core Exercises Why do Core Exercises? A strong core is one that can hold a tense, stable position – protecting the spine and enabling the arms and legs to produce propulsive force for extended periods.


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