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There's a reason fitness professionals like myself are so core-crazy: Gams and guns may get all the attention, but strengthening your middle makes every move easier and safer. With these five exercises, you'll build a center that will keep you stable whether you're lifting a bag of groceries, gardening, or shaking it on the dance floor! (Get a flat belly in just 10 minutes a day with our reader-tested exercise plan!)

Perform this express belly-and-back workout everyday for optimal core strength benefits. http://www.prevention.com/fitness/2-for-1-moves-for-your-belly-and-back

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The Ultimate Guide To Great Posture: Improve Your Mood, Intelligence, And Memory By Sitting Correctly http://www.medicaldaily.com/ultimate-guide-great-posture-374161

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Stretching is good for you, and it feels great, too! That's why we created this short and effective full-body stretching routine that you can follow whether you're a beginner or an advanced exerciser. Remember to warm up first and never stretch to the point of pain.

Hold each stretch listed for 15-30 seconds, repeating two or three times, depending on how you feel. For detailed instructions and larger photos, click on the name of each stretch. http://www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_articles.asp?ID=1261&utm_content=buffercae8a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=plus.google.com&utm_campaign=buffer

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Nearly 80% of people in the U.S. complain of back pain. Most cases are mild and unrelated to injuries such as herniated disks or arthritis, but they can still turn a desk job or road trip into an uncomfortable experience. One expert, Tony Delitto, a professor of physical therapy and dean of the School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh, explains why touching your toes isn’t a good idea and what is the best way to get out of bed in the morning. http://www.wsj.com/articles/the-best-stretches-for-your-back-after-sitting-a-long-time-1463411850

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If you run, bike, are desk-bound all day, or have been sitting in a car or plane traveling, your hamstrings could use some extra love and length. It not only feels good to stretch this commonly tight area, but hamstring flexibility is also important for the health of your back, hips, and knees. Here are six easy and essential stretches that target the backs of your legs. To avoid injury, it's best to do them at the end of a workout, when the muscles are warm. http://www.popsugar.com/fitness/5-Easy-Hamstring-Stretches-1983373#photo-1983373 #Workouts #HamstringStretches #InjuryPrevention #Stretching
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