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The Core of Core Stability
The Core of Core Stability

Presenter: Amit Abraham

“The Core of Core Stability” workshop will cover all basic and advanced aspects of core stability, including:

-The theoretical background of core stability (and how to briefly explain it to your clients)

-How to identify and palpate the different pelvic regions and muscles (both superficial and deep) and how to differentiate their activation (both on ourselves and on clients)

-The different levels of exercises (from very basic to advanced ones), including evidence-based regimens and recommendations for daily training

-How to integrate pelvic floor activity with core stability, and how to progress to more complex levels of activation while keeping our core in focus. 

Program Schedule

  • Day 1 Feb 25, 2017 10am - 5pm
    Amit Abraham Amit Abraham

    9:30am-10:00am- Registration

    10:00am-10:15am- Acquaintance

    10:15am-11:45am- Introduction to core stability (terms, approaches, functional anatomy, biomechanics, and clinical implications) and the benefits of core stability for enhancing pilates performance (lecture)

    11:45am-12:30pm-  Core surface anatomy (lab)

    12:30pm-1:30pm- Identifying and activating core muscles- part I  (lecture+lab)

    1:30pm-2:30pm- Lunch break

    2:30pm-3:15pm- Teaching correct activation of core muscles and identifying faults

    3:15pm-4:30pm- Integrating core stability within basic pilates repertoire

    4:30pm-5:00pm- Recap and Q&A

  • Day 2 Feb 26, 2017 10am - 5pm
    Amit Abraham Amit Abraham

    10:00am-10:45am-  Core stability dysfunction as a contributing factor for degraded pilates performance, motor dysfunction (i.e., low back pain, pelvic girdle pain), and injuries + case-study (lecture)

    10:45am-11:15am- The relationship between core stability and pelvic floor and implications for therapeutic/ rehabilitation purposes (lecture + demonstration)

    11:15am- 12:00pm- Principles for core stability retraining: from basic levels to high level of performance (lecture+lab)

    12:00pm-1:30pm- Identifying and activating core muscles- part II (lab) 

    1:30pm-2:30pm- Lunch break

    2:30pm-3:00pm- The usage of pressure biofeesback for instructing core stability

    3:00pm-4:30pm- Advanced levels of core stability teaching and practice (including balance, whole body movements, and breathing).

                          Optional: a live demonstration of real-time Ultra-sound feedback for identification and teaching core stability.

    4:30pm-5:00pm- Recap + Q&A

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