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In order to boost overall strength, it’s essential to work on tightening and toning your core. That’s because the muscles in the core serve as the powerhouse for the rest of our bodies. When the abdominals are engaged, performance improves—no matter what type of physical activity you’re doing.
A tight core can help you achieve your fitness goals, whether you’re running a 5K, perfecting a challenging yoga pose, or sweating it out in spin class. Plyometric exercises (also referred to as “jump training”), help build stamina, since they require your muscles to use as much force as possible during short bursts of high-intensity movement. For example, a plyometric ‘sprint’ may consist of a 30-second interval during which you complete as many jump squats as possible, as fast as you can. Out of breath yet?
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