Last updated 11/2022
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Concepts of Trunk stability for Optimal Function and Motion
What you'll learn
Improvement in core stability, improvement in breathing mechanics and function will be the benefit from this course.
Learn which muscles constitute the core.
Learn how to train your core with breathing.
Understand how the core functions with gravity and when the core is not strong enough, which muscles take over.
The student does not have to have a prerequiste knowledge of anatomy to understand the function of the core and trunk stability.
The respiratory system is a vital component of spinal function. The rib cage is the center of trunk rotation and is important in transferring loads from the lower extremities and upper extremities through the various regions of the spine. The rib cage is a prime base for muscle and fascial connections that affect the cervical and lumbo/pelvic regions. If we don't breathe properly, the rib cage can be altered and become dysfunctional with poor rotation and poor breathing patterns. The diaphragm functions in posture and respiration. It's intimate connections, muscularly and neurologically with the lumbar spine, deep abdominal and pelvic floor muscles and its ability to maintain intra-abdominal pressure, are vital for spinal stability. Dysfunction of the respiratory complex, trunk muscular imbalances, muscular inhibition and weakness, myofascial restrictions, loss of axial rotation and chronic hyperventilation, all have significant effects on posture, trunk stability, chronic pain, upper extremity, and lower extremity function and motion. Discover the correct core. Learn what will inhibit the core and how to facilitate an inhibited or delayed core. Improve your core and trunk stability by improving the function of the diaphragm and the other three vital core muscles.This three and a half hour class has comprehensive, research, evidence-based information on the rib cage, respiration, core anatomy and function and how to regain your movement length and core strength.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 My Spine January 2022
Lecture 3 Disclaimer
Lecture 4 Thoracic Anatomy and Function
Lecture 5 Trunk Musculature Deep Core
Lecture 6 Trunk Muscular Superficial Global Muscles
Lecture 7 The Fascial System
Lecture 8 Mechanics of Breathing
Lecture 9 Function of the Diaphragm
Lecture 10 Obesity and COVID 19
Lecture 11 Concepts of Spinal Stability
Lecture 12 Triple Core Concept
Lecture 13 Dysfunction of the Diaphragm
Lecture 14 Flawed Posture
Lecture 15 Respiration, Pelvic Floor and Incontinence
Lecture 16 Core stability and Scoliosis
Section 2: Core Stability Exercises
Lecture 17 Breathing Practice
Lecture 18 Lateral Costal Expansion Facilitation
Lecture 19 Three Sniffs
Lecture 20 Blowing Up a Balloon
Lecture 21 Pilates 100 Modified
Lecture 22 Specific Strength Testing
Lecture 23 Facilitating the Core
Lecture 24 Core Training Program
Lecture 25 Supine Breathing Reach
Lecture 26 Lengthening Ideas
Lecture 27 Lateral Upper Trunk Rotation
Lecture 28 Lateral Trunk Rotation with Inspiration
Lecture 29 Alternate Concepts
Lecture 30 References
Lecture 31 Foundation Form Function Exercises Download
Lecture 32 Bonus Lecture
Anyone who has back, neck pain or has dysfunctional breathing can benefit from the ideas and exercises given in this class.
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