The Best Core Exercise, According to a Physical Therapist
In a new Squat U video, physical therapist Dr. Aaron Horschig emphasises the significance of functional core stability, which may help us in other lifts
Horschig says carries stabilise the body. "Without stability, the pelvis moves awry."
Grab a dumbbell or kettlebell. Walk forward using your shoulders and torso.
Even a modest weight on one side can stress your spine when moving.
Horschig suggests three or four 45- to 60-second suitcase carry cycles throughout your training.
Most gym exercises, such the squat, deadlift, and press, are up-and-down actions on the sagittal plane.
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