This phase in The Performance Lab is…well…not easy. Everyone gets there but some take longer than others. Here is an illustration of that time to “get there.” One person here pursues athletics while the other had back pain and wanted to feel better. The athlete took 3 sessions to see that core coordination reach a level where she could perform the task competently. The other took 23 minutes albeit hers was done solely on the carpet naturally a slower rolling surface. Regardless of the surface the coordination still has to be there as anyone can attest who has tried this challenge. What does a coordinated core mean for a person? If you are an athlete, what do you think it could mean? Kind of obvious really. Performance goes up. What does it mean to the everyday person? More confidence with movements. Thanks for reading.