A resilient core will also improve your posture; remember that ideal posture will lessen your risk for back and shoulder aches, as well as improve your breathing! In addition, with a strong core and ideal posture, your body will be better able to move efficiently and be ready for any forces acting on it, such as a slip or a sudden push.
Being active with little ones can be beneficial for them too; children also need regular, daily physical activity. Also, by getting your toddlers active, you have the opportunity to develop their gross motor skills, a critical developmental focal point. This is a great age to introduce them to fundamental sport skills, such as catching and throwing a ball, sidestepping, jumping, and kicking. Other skills developed by active gameplay are sportsmanship, taking turns, and fair play.
Many of us have experienced group or team sport at one point in our lives, either at an informal ‘just for fun’ level or at an ultra-competitive elite level. Perhaps you have never had the opportunity or interest to join a team. Whatever the case, the benefits of being involved in team sport are numerous.
Some of us are still stuck with quarantine these days and have plenty of spare time to use for something more beneficial. So, why don’t you take advantage of this opportunity to spend some on yourself and lose extra body fat? The opportunity is right in front of you, and all you have to do is jump in.
Our knees take on quite an incredible amount of impact during various sports, activities, and just everyday movement, so it’s really no wonder that it is common for adults to experience some form of acute or chronic knee pain at some point.