FOUR Most Effective "CORE" Exercises

FOUR Most Effective "CORE" Exercises

WHAT THE HELL IS “TORSO STIFFNESS?”

HOW CAN IT HELP ME IMPROVE AS A RUNNER?

Great question, first we have to understand WHY MUSCLEs BECOME TIGHT in the first place…

Think about it…

- Why is one hamstring tight and not the other?
- Why is your low back always tight?
- Why is your piriformis chronically tight?

Muscle spasms and other forms of chronic muscle tightness is PROTECTIVE.

That’s right, it’s a normal response to excessive looseness in the body.

How can we reduce overall tightness in the body?

Give your joints what they’re seeking... Stiffness!

In this course, I’ve laid out my 4 MOST EFFECTIVE STIFFNESS EXERCISES that I use daily to assist athletes with the following issues:

- Hamstring Tightness
- Piriformis Tightness
- Back Spasms
- Calf Cramps

Follow this step-by-step program to GET STIFFER than ever before in a matter of weeks.

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Recovering from running injuries often times requires the development of stiffness. This is step 3 of my 7 step process.

- Hamstring tightness
- IT Band Syndrome
- Runner’s Knee
- Back Tightness

Complete recovery from all conditions require adequate torso endurance as a precursor to building the “Human Engine” (The Hips - Step 4)

What are some of the wrong ways of building stiffness?

- Sit ups
- Crunches
- Side bends
- Supermans

All of these actually condition you to have the abdominal area of a bodybuilder, not a runner.

Have you seen a bodybuilder run? Ya… it’s not what you’re looking for I’m sure. Training your abdominal region to become stiff is a better goal if you’re looking to run pain-free and efficiently.

Energy needs to be transferred from the ground to your foot, leg, hip and finally to propel your body forward through a race. Crunches and side bends don’t train your abdominal area to become stiff which results in “overuse injuries” and sluggish running.

This is a video course with an affiliated manual that outlines everything in a step-by-step manor. You’ll learn the four best, high reward-low risk core exercises that will improve how your feel and even improve your race times. It’s a killer deal. You’ll love it, I know you will!

Unsure of what to expect and hesitant to buy?

Yes, I get it... most people don't know what to expect, mainly because they've never seen these methods before. Without going into a long-winded explanation, just buy a course. It's all in there. If you think it's terrible then just return it for a 100% money back guarantee.

Dr. Sebastian Gonzales DC, DACBSP®, CSCS
- Clinical Director, Performance Place Sports Care®
- Host, "Restoring Human Movement" Podcast
- Contributing Writer for Bodybuilding.com

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FOUR Most Effective "CORE" Exercises

13 Videos

  • Intro: Stiffness to Correct Hamstring Tightness

  • Stiffness for Hamstrings Intro Presentation

  • Trigger Modification - Sitting

  • Trigger Modifications - Car Set Up

    Triggers are common daily activities that often times need improvement in movement quality to improve your condition faster.

  • Trigger Modification - Lifting Objects

  • Desensitizer Intro

    Desensitizer are you "control system." If the hamstring becomes tight, do one of these immediately.

    The best bang for buck ones are:
    - Crappy Push-ups (progression)
    - Wall Slides
    - Bracing techiques

    I have people do these preemptively every waking hour of the day for the first few weeks.

  • Crappy Push Ups

    This video covers one way we can decrease hamstring tightness within a few minutes in many cases. The reason this works is because the hamstring is not the issue, it's the nerves as they exit the spine. This exercise can be used to keep the nerve in good health and let the hamstring chill out. Th...

  • Wall Slides

  • Birddog Exercise

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and flexion forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tight ...

  • Side Plank: Bridge Progression

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and extension forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tigh...

  • Buttress Plank with Elbow Tap

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and extension forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tigh...

  • 90-90 Breathing/ Deadbug Progression

    This exercise assists in building a "keg" that can withstand rotation and extension forces we encounter with normal daily and athletic movements.

    Couple this exercise with others in the stiffness section of the course and build a resilient core that can assist with recovery of neurogenic tigh...

  • What's Next?

  • Hamstring_Tightness_INTRO_eBOOK.pdf

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