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CORE Training the Core Traditional Core Training: focus on moving the trunk Flexion – bending forward or sideways Extension – bending backward Rotation – twisting sideways Functional Core Training: focus on maintaining neutral spine no matter what other movements or positions you do

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CORE

Core

training the core
Training the Core
  • Traditional Core Training: focus on moving the trunk
    • Flexion – bending forward or sideways
    • Extension – bending backward
    • Rotation – twisting sideways
  • Functional Core Training: focus on maintaining neutral spine no matter what other movements or positions you do

Core

finding neutral
Finding Neutral
  • Neutral spine exercise…

Core

quality not quantity
Quality not Quantity
  • Focus on performing core exercises perfectly and you will not have to do as many!
    • 12-20 repetitions or 30-90 seconds
    • 1-3 sets
    • 1-3 exercises
    • Every other day – maximum!
  • When you can do an exercise easily (20 reps or 90 seconds) – make the exercise more challenging!

Core

v sit
V-Sit

Core