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This paradigm is hugely apparent toward the end of the class - when participants have already exerted a sufficient amount of energy. Up next, the dreaded "Ab Workout". How does one give the seasoned veteran a rockin' CORE workout, yet not scare the newbies? Thankfully, this part of the class only lasts about 10 minutes... unless, of course "Abs" is in the title of the class format. Then, you're looking at 20 - 40 minutes of wonderfully gut-wrenching crunches, twists, turns and hold maneuvers. Whoo-yah! It's at the onset of this portion of the workout that I introduce my secret weapon for powerful abs: "PSOAS" training (also called iliospoas).

I discovered this very important "Core of Your Core" on the Chiropractic table some 2 decades ago while receiving treatment for my sciatic nerve pain. As part of my therapy, the doctor instructed me to raise my straightened leg as I layed very flat on my back. Oh! And... I had to do this while she held my leg down from several seconds to a few minutes at a time. That no-frills resistance training at first, felt like a slow, tingling burn; but soon became a familiar and strangely enough, an almost welcomed feeling. This "workout" was repeated 3 times weekly for a couple of months. By the end of that time, my doctor announced to me that she had never met a stronger set of psoas muscles - woman, man or athlete. "Why, thank you... I guess?" Then, I thought, what can I do with this talent / skill? "I know! I'll share it in class!"

"The psoas muscle is the foundation of strong abs - the core of your core", I would explain. "It's a long narrow muscle that starts about here, (pointing to the inner part of my upper thigh) and ends about here (pointing in the general area of my bikini line) and is the only muscle that connects your legs to your torso. Your abs sit right on top of the iliospoas so if you hope to effectively work your abs, you must start here. Building a strong mid-section depends on properly strengthening the core as a whole. The center of that core is the psoas muscle. To build a strong house, you must have a strong foundation. The same applies to building your body. Your core is the foundation of that body - the psoas is the foundation of your core" According to Liz Koch, author of "The Psoas Book", this little muscle has a profound influence in our well-being; saying that it is "critical for balance, alignment, joint rotation and range of motion... also influences the circulatory system, the functioning of organs and diaphragmatic breathing."

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