Tag Archives: Global Stabilization System

Core Exercises: Part 2

Global Stabilization System Muscles attach from the pelvis to the spine. Main responsibility:  Transfer weight between the upper body and lower body Additional responsibilities:  Stability between the pelvis and spine, increasing stabilization of the core during functional movements Muscles, include: … Continue reading

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Build Your Foundation – Target Your Core!

“Ab” exercises are out, Core exercises are in Strengthening your core musculature will help you reach your goal of a flatter, toned midsection and reduce low back pain. What is the “core”? Structures that form the lumbo-pelvic-hip complex (LPHC), which include:  lumbar spine, pelvic girdle, … Continue reading

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Muscles of the Core

To start off the series of “Tight Tuesday” posts, I would like to begin with a post about basic core musculature anatomy… There are three parts of our core: Local Stabilization System, Global Stabilization System, and Movement System.  Local Stabilization System Muscles attach … Continue reading

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