FIGHTING FIT FOREVER

Core Stability

Ryan Fabriga injury

in Core Stability, Olympics injuries

Philippine diver Ryan Fabriga might not complete his Beijing Olympics dream because of a waist injury Ryan Fabriga has admitted a waist injury he picked up in training is likely to hamper his performance in Beijing, meaning he might well have to pull out before the competetion is over. Fabriga is widely regarded as an... MORE

Back pain diagnosis: Six core tests

in Back injuries, Core Stability

Six core control tests helped Sean Fyfe pin down the cause of a young tennis player’s lower back pain Just out of high school, at 17 years old Jacob had embarked on a full-time tennis training schedule with the aim of playing college tennis in the United States, and possibly a career beyond that. Shortly... MORE

Proprioception: Balance, stability and Swiss ball exercises

in Core Stability

Raphael Brandon explains why instability devices may not be the answer to every client’s proprioception needs One of the fundamental principles in fitness and sports training is specificity. This means that adaptations to a training exercise are restricted to the specific characteristics of that exercise. The principle holds good across different aspects of fitness. In... MORE

Core stability exercises

in Core Stability

Sarah Mottramand Suzanne Scottillustrate how Pilates can be used in retraining to correct stability faults In SIB 57, the article ‘Adding rigour to core stability‘ discussed the ‘performance matrix’, an assessment system that can help therapists determine the ‘weak links’ (uncontrolled movement) in a client’s stability and performance chain. These weak links were identified in... MORE

The core training menu system IV

in Coaching, Core Stability

Menus 9 to 10 of Raphael Brandon’s trunk strengthening regime that sustains challenge and beats boredom The core training menu system enables athletes to follow a prophylactic or rehabilitative core stability and strengthening programme, using a wide variety of movements to maximise adaptations and muscle groups trained. The system is designed to overcome two widespread... MORE

Core stability workouts

in Core Stability, Football injuries, Soccer injuries

Sarah Mottram outlines an assessment approach to help identify a client’s weak links In recent years the importance of stability training has been recognised but it remains more art than science: to date there is a lack of specificity in stability assessment and retraining. Over the last 10 years much evidence has emerged to demonstrate... MORE

Download our Free Core Stability Special Report now

in Core Stability

To download your free report (and three other free reports on Knee Pain, Shoulder Injuries and Achilles Tendinitis) please enter your details in the form below. Over the past 10 to 15 years the core stability training concept has probably been more influential than any other training approach in breathing new life into the business... MORE

Core Training

in Boxing injuries, Core Stability, Hip injuries, Plyometrics Injuries, Weight training injuries

We present the second of Raphael Brandon’s trunk strengthening regime that sustains challenge and beats boredom. [adsense:336×280:1772170819] The core training menu system enables athletes to follow a prophylactic or rehabilitative core stability and strengthening programme, using a wide variety of movements to maximise adaptations and muscle groups trained. The system is designed to overcome two... MORE



Get the latest advances in the prevention,
diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries



No commitment. Cancel anytime

FIND OUT MORE

Follow us