Australian Men's Fitness

BALANCING ACT

The gym might be your first port of call after Christmas indulgences, but before you WOD away your roast-potato paunch, consider first taking the time to correct your form and balance out any instabilities. Future you – stronger and more stable as a result – will thank you for it.

The following exercises, though they target different body parts, are primarily designed to activate your core and teach your body – particularly the less-heralded stabilising muscles – how to handle unstable movement patterns. This type of stability training may not be sexy or particularly fun, but consistent application will create coordination,

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