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When the goal is to improve movement and performance, understanding the core muscles and their function is crucial for maximizing your training. Technically, core muscles include all the muscles of the trunk, pelvic floor, and hips surrounding the spine and abdominals.

Hyperlordosis might sound like a scary fancy-pants word, but it simply means that the low back has an exaggerated (hyper) inward curve (lordosis). After reading this blog, you will have a better understanding of whether you should worry about improving

If you want to improve your rotator cuff, you need to focus on strengthening the muscles that support the shoulder joint through targeted exercises and movement. The rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that due to overuse, injury,

In today's post, we will share our go-to exercises for someone with femoral acetabulum impingement (FAI) or hip impingement (hip pinch).  We'll also cover the reasoning behind why we've chosen to include each exercise in the program. The goal of

Our latest Mobility Coach Plus guest presentation is A Deep Dive Into Intra-Abdominal Pressure With Erin McGuire. Erin is the creator of the Core360 Belt and DNS Instructor.  What is Intra-Abdominal Pressure? Intra-abdominal pressure is defined as the steady-state pressure concealed within the abdominal cavity and resulting

The goal of this post is to educate readers on the benefits of incorporating medicine ball training into their schedule or regiment. We will briefly discuss specific applications, form considerations, load management, and strategies to implement for success. There are