Core Stabilization

Core stabilization dates back 50 years and was introduced in the U.S. during the 1960s to treat neurological disorders and spinal injuries. It focuses on using the deep muscles of the entire torso in a coordinated movement. The strengthening of these core muscles stabilizes the spine, pelvis, and shoulders and provides a solid base for movements of the arms and legs. The primary areas of focus of this training are rectus abdominus, internal and external obliques, transversus abdominus, and multifidus.
It has been suggested that in almost 90% of all body movements, core muscles are actively supporting the entire trunk region. Core stabilization is effective as a long-term solution to recurring back and neck pain.

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