You have a deep set of core muscles (transverse abdominals, pelvic floor muscles, diaphragm and spinal multifidus muscles) when contracted in sync they make up what’s called the ‘inner core unit’. Correct contraction of these muscle groups creates intra-abdominal pressure (IAP) which makes the torso rigid and fixates/protects the spine. You become more biomechanically efficient, being a shock rebounder not a shock absorber; this sets the best platform or anchor point to create movement against i.e. in every exercise and every set of your resistance training.
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