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CORE STABILIZATION
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Why Core Stabilization? Core = where CoG is located & where all movements begin Core stabilization training helps increase strength & control in lumbo-pelvic-hip complex Improves dynamic postural control, ensures appropriate muscular balance & joint movement, allows dynamic functional strength, & improves neuromuscular efficiency
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Key Muscles Involved 29!!! muscles associated w/ lumbo- pelvic-hip complex Lumbar spine: transversospinalis group, erector spinae, quadratus lumborum & latissimus dorsi Abdominals: rectus abdominis, external & internal obliques & transverse abdominis Hip: gluteus maximus & minimus & psoas group
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How to Design Core Program Exercises must be systematic, Need to stress multiple planes, incorporate resistance equipment, be Make exercises repetitive enough so they become a learned behavior & natural response
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First things first… 1 st step before beginning program: learn
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course KH 3500 taught by Professor Appleberry during the Spring '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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