"A lot of times people get stuck in one or two routines and get good at them," he said. "You've got to make things more challenging to keep progressing." Taylor said everything is linked to the core. "If you jump it's transferred to the core. If you want to be a better recreational running, strengthening the core will help because your anchor is better," he explained.
Moab Times-Independent - GCHS cheerleaders are readying routines for 2014 2015 season
1. First-year head coach Edgar Fuentes and assistant coach BreAnn Russell both said they are excited about this years team, which has 19 members. Only two of the girls are seniors, but most of them have had experience cheerleading, either at the high school or at the middle school, said Fuentes. Russell and Fuentes were cheerleaders together on the same squad at GCHS several years ago. Fuentes is a 2007 graduate and Russell graduated in 2008. Were taking what we learned and did in high school, and applying it to coaching this team, Fuentes said.
Fitness Expert Greg Plitt Launches Revolutionary Exercise Equipment The 'Metaball Fitness System' - Yahoo Finance
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Fitness experts focus on the core to target body's center of power | Fox News
(REUTERS/Mike Segar) Whether it is running, swimming, weight lifting or aerobics, fitness experts say the center of all exercise routines is the core - the abdominal, back and muscles around the pelvis - which is the seat of stability, strength and power. Adding in exercise routines to strengthen the core can help the runner go faster, the basketball player jump higher and the everyday exerciser more easily do routine tasks from loading the car to cleaning the tub. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT "The core is everything except for arms, legs and head," said Daniel Taylor, co-author with Greg Brittenham of the new book "Conditioning to the Core." It is the mainstay of the body, according to Taylor, who is the head strength and conditioning coach at Siena College in upstate New York. "People need to get away from saying 'I'm going to do abs today' and take a larger view," said Taylor, whose book contains more than 300 exercises, ranging from planks, squats and lunges to medicine ball and kettlebell throws presented in progressive routines.