Thursday, April 9, 2009

Core Training Critical For Foundational Strength

Core training is a critical part of your foundational strength training. Here are the basics:

1. Slow to Fast
2. Known to Unknown
3. Stable to Controlled to Dynamic
4. Low Force to High Force
5. Correct Execution to Increased Intensity

You can start at the highest level of core stabilization training that you can control.

The dimensions of core stabilization training are:

Stabilization - The core exercises at this level involve little joint motion and are designed to provide optimum neuromuscular control. An example would be the plank on elbows:



Strength - At this level of core training, isometric exercises are replaced with dynamic, multi-planar and multi-dimensional exercises with the full range of motion. An example would be the ball back extension:



Power - At this level, sport-specific core exercises are used in all 3 planes of motion with the entire contraction velocity spectrum (different speeds). An example would be the medicine ball throw:



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2 comments:

  1. Great information. There is nothing better than an athlete who has a strong core. Those who have never done extensive core trainging can not appreciate the explosiveness, overall strength, and stamina that a strong core can provide. Not to mention the mental advantage that this type of training provides.

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