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Title: Balance into health
Authors: Malta. Health Promotion & Disease Prevention Directorate
Authors: Gerada, Lara
Keywords: Physical education and training -- Malta
Aerobic exercises -- Malta
Physical fitness -- Malta
Equilibrium (Physiology)
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: Ministry for Health (Malta)
Citation: Ministry for Health. (2013). Balance into health [Booklet]. Msida, Malta
Abstract: Balance training allows control over the body in movement. The eyes, ears, and nervous system are the three pathways that help maintain balance. Balance training develops good core control. This means good control over the muscles that surround the ankle, knee, and hip, such as the calves, quads, hip flexors, adductors, and glutes. Training the core muscles is vital for everybody of every age, so everybody should be encouraged to start incorporating it into their workout.
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