(PRWEB) June 8, 2008
The website and newsletter Sports Injury Bulletin has announced the launch of a new report that helps athletes improve their core stability.
The free report explains why good core stability is so important and how athletes can easily integrate specific training and exercises into their everyday routines. The report also discusses the injury risks faced by athletes who ignore core stability training.
As well as detailing a variety of exercises to improve core stability, the report also outlines specific routines for beginners and advanced training techniques for professional athletes.
Compiled by specialist sports therapists, the report takes athletes through each stage of the different exercises, explaining how they should be performed to get the best results. Also included are case studies showing the advantages of Pilates for improved core stability, as well as the benefit of training with a medicine ball.
Many athletes underestimate the importance of good core stability, and even those who do know its true value normally focus all their attention on the abdominals. The Sports Injury Bulletin report aims to provide valuable information on the benefits of improved core stability and the different areas that athletes need to target.
Jane Taylor, Editor of Sports Injury Bulletin, commented: "Everything in this report has highly practical relevance, right down to the invaluable set of training menus specially designed by our resident conditioning coach Raph Brandon which take up the latter section of the report. This is as close as it gets to a body conditioning toolkit."
The free report on core stability is only available for download at the Sports Injury Bulletin website. Visit http://www.sportsinjurybulletin.com/archive/core-stability.php