Core Stability

The “core” really relates to all the muscles which provide stability during human movement. Although the abdominal are an important aspect if the core, it also includes deep hip, scapula, cervical, spinal and ankle stabilizers. often muscle can take multitask, either performing a stability and mobility role, such as the soleus, which not only produces ankle stability but generates a significant amount of movement across the ankle.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Good core stability programs should incorporate

Cervical Stability

Scapulo – thoracic stability

Central stability, including the abbs and diaphragm

Pelvic floor

Deep hip stability

ankle and knee stability

 

Sample Exercise

Lying Abdominal Brace 1

Bridges on heels