Understand How the Muscles of the Core Work Together
FITNESS PROFESSIONALS RECEIVE 1.0 BCRPA or ACSM EDUCATIONAL CREDIT
Inside The Inner Jigsaw Puzzle
The human body is a complicated machine. Comprised of many parts like an automobile, that synergistically work together, affecting one another. One part of the human body is the core. The core is comprised of twenty-nine muscles that provide both static and dynamic stability. When one muscle is injured or overdeveloped, it affects the entire kinetic chain.
In this webinar, Chris will review the functional anatomy behind the spine and core, while identifying the principles of lumopelvic stabilization training i.e. lower back stabilization. You will learn about the foundational muscles, structures, local and global muscles that provide both mobility and stability. Finally, you will learn several movement dysfunctions affecting the spine. You will gain the knowledge and insight on how to train each client post rehab, based on science and practical application. You will this webinar feeling invigorated.
- Understand the anatomy and functional anatomy that comprise the lumbopelvic junction (the lower back).
- Identify the principles of lumbopelvic stabilization training.
- Identify the differences between the local and global muscle systems.
- Learn new assessment techniques of the lumbosacral junction.
- Interpret new movement dysfunctions affecting the spine that include disc injuries, spondylosis, spinal stenosis, lumbar sprains, and
- Learn new safe exercises that address the movement dysfunction that are evidenced based.
About Chris Gellert
Chris Gellert, PT, MMusc & Sportsphysio, MPT, CSCS, C-IASTM, CPC, CEO Pinnacle Training & Consulting Systems, LLC
Experienced Physical Therapist, Educator, Presenter, Consultant, and Personal Trainer