ExRx Core Stability

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ExRx Core Stability
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2014-05-07 22:42:32
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  1. How Is core stability gained
    through developing the stabilizing musculature ofthe trunk (TVA, pelvic floor, multifidus …)
  2. Which fires before all other abdominal muscles? (anticipatory)
    Transverse Abdominis
  3. TVA seen to be delayed or switched off in
    lower back injury
  4. What muscles/structures make up the ‘deep’ abdominals
    • • Transverse Abdominis (TVA)
    • • Internal Obliques
    • • Diaphragm
    • • Pelvic Floor
    • • Corset and Cylinder effect
    • • External Obliques(superfical)• Rectus Abdomin
  5. Local Stabilizers:
    • TVA
    • Multifidus
    • Middle and Lower Traps
    • Deep CervicalFlexors and
    • VMO
  6. Global Stabilizers:
    • Internal and External Obliques
    • Spinalis
    • SerratusAnterior and
    • Gluteus Maximus
  7. Global Mobilizers
    • Rectus Abdominis
    • Iliocostalis
    • Scalenae and
    • Hamstrings
  8. What muscles/structures make up the‘deep’ lower back
    • • Multifidus
    • • Rotators
    • • Thoraco LumbarFascia (TLF)
    • • Erector Spinae(superficial)
  9. Transverse Abdominis
    • Deepest
    • Local Stabilizer
    • Recruited prior to all other abdominals before the beginning of movement (anticipatory contraction)
    • Stabilizer of theLumbar spine

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