The myth of core stability.

@article{Lederman2010TheMO,
  title={The myth of core stability.},
  author={Evan S. Lederman},
  journal={Journal of bodywork and movement therapies},
  year={2010},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={
          84-98
        }
}
The principle of core stability has gained wide acceptance in training for the prevention of injury and as a treatment modality for rehabilitation of various musculoskeletal conditions in particular of the lower back. There has been surprisingly little criticism of this approach up to date. This article re-examines the original findings and the principles of core stability/spinal stabilisation approaches and how well they fare within the wider knowledge of motor control, prevention of injury… CONTINUE READING
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