Definition of core stability in English:

core stability

Line breaks: core sta¦bil|ity

noun

[mass noun]
The capacity of the muscles of the torso to assist in the maintenance of good posture, balance, etc., especially during movement: skating requires great core stability—strong abs, back, and hips for all of the one-legged moves
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  • My priority was reducing his weight, strengthening his core stability and making sure he remained supple.
  • Like all Pilates sessions, the underlying emphasis is on core stability and fluid, functional strength.
  • Over the last few years the importance of 'core stability' in athletic training and preparation has been increasingly recognized.

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