The National Academy of Sports Medicine puts physical training into three phases or levels. The first level is stabilization. It is designed to improve and maintain core and joint stability. It's focus includes: Improving muscle imbalances, stabilization of the core musculature, overall cardiorespiratory condition. Another important component of stabilization training is that it may help to improve activity specific strength, such as carrying around a squirmy toddler, climbing up stairs or simply walking.
Additionally it is meant to prepare the body for the next level, strength training, by establishing proper movement pattern and exercise technique and preparing muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints for more intense training.
The workout below is design for those of you who may need something to help work up to our more intense LRWOC circuits. Try to complete this 3 times per week while adding in a few days of walking or jogging. Stay tuned for the video.
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