Join Richard and Dr Steve Lockstone from MyChiro for the first Core-Rect workshop of 2024! Explore spinal health, prevent back pain, and learn core-strengthening exercises and techniques. Richard’s chronic neck pain has been fixed thanks to his treatment plan with MyChiro! Register now and bring a friend for free.
Thursday 8 February
Muhammad Ali Studio (Group X)
In a world where the hustle and bustle of daily life often takes a toll on our bodies, ensuring we are taking care of ourselves becomes paramount. Meet Steve, someone who understands the intricate workings of the human body – a dedicated chiropractor with a passion for revitalising lives and empowering individuals on their journey to wellness.
As a seasoned chiropractor with a quarter-century of expertise, I’m excited to share how a strong core is pivotal in safeguarding your back, spine, and, ultimately, your nervous system.
Imagine your body as a fortress, with your spine as the central tower and your core as the protective wall. Just as a fortress relies on robust walls for defence, your body depends on a resilient core to shield your spine and nervous system, which controls every cell, tissue and organ in your body.
First, let’s explore the hero of our story: your core. This group of muscles is the unsung hero, often overlooked, yet it plays a crucial role in every movement you make.
A strong core is the backbone of physical fitness, quite literally. It supports every twist, turn, and bend, ensuring that your body moves in harmony.
Now, imagine your spine as a delicate yet vital pathway, much like a secret passage within the fortress. It houses and protects the nervous system, the communication network of your body. Without a strong core, this passage is vulnerable to threats like injury and strain, which can disrupt the vital messages travelling through the nervous system. But here’s the twist: a strong core doesn’t just happen. It’s forged through dedication and the right exercises, much like how a fortress is built brick by brick.
Pilates and targeted core workouts are the masons that construct this protective wall. They strengthen and stabilise the core, ensuring that your spinal passage is guarded against the assaults of daily life.
So, as you embark on your fitness journey, remember that building a strong core isn’t just about aesthetics. It’s about fortifying your body’s natural armour, protecting your spine, and ensuring the smooth operation of your nervous system.
Embrace core strengthening as a vital part of your regime and watch as your body transforms into a formidable fortress, capable of withstanding whatever life throws its way.
Here’s to a journey of optimal health and wellness.
Steve Lockstone – MyChiro www.mychiro.com.au