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This 15 minute routine will teach you some of the most important exercises to do for the lower back and surrounding joints. The stability ball is often used in rehab and physical therapy because it gets you off the floor and allows you to safely move through a greater resisted range of motion. Regular practice of this video will improve core strength and spinal stability, helping you to manage low back pain and improve your quality of life
This workout combines variations of planking, side planking, and trunk extension moves in a choreographed sequence with many modifications and progressions. No equipment is necessary, which allows you to focus on control. You will be amazed by how efficiently the core can be trained in record t...
Anti-rotation is given to exercises that requires us to resist motion. When the resistance from an exercise is trying to cause trunk rotation, it’s the core’s job to prevent that from happening. The core has two tasks. 1) Prevent movement and 2) Transfer forces from the upper and lower body.
Yoga is a strengthening practice all in it's own, with a focus on isometric resistance. Range of motion in Yoga can be created when muscles are able to shorten better so that we can practice the extreme joint ranges of that our daily lives do not require of us.