4.40 (41 reviews)
☑ Stabalize Your Core
☑ Strengthen Your Core
☑ Enhance Your Posture
☑ What Muscles Make Up The Core
☑ How To Assess Core Strength
☑ How to Reduce Injury
☑ Reduce Back Pain
Looking to Build a Rock Solid Core?
Core stability is the most important prerequisite for fitness, sports, and posture, and by training core stability correctly, you will immediately increase your fitness level, while reducing your chance of injury.
I am Gam, a Personal Trainer, Fitness Coach, and former Athlete. and in this course, I will teach you how to build solid core stability for sports and injury prevention. I hold multiple sports conditioning certifications, and I plan on preparing you to train and stabilize your core to an elite level.
Having a balanced body allows your to produce strength and power. Balance, comes from stabilizing the core. Imagine trying to lift a couch, while standing on two volleyballs. Without stability, power and strength is impossible, and we are vulnerable to injury. Stabilization of the core, is like standing on a stable surface.
Without stabilizing your core, any movement could potentially cause injury, especially heavy lifting and playing sports. Most trainers fail to understand how to properly stabilize the core, and reinforce dangerous habits that increase pressure on the lower back, knees, and shoulders.
In this course you will learn exactly how to train your core to increase your balance and enhance your posture. With proper core training, every aspect of your fitness and movement will be improved.
The core is made of up four main areas.
Hip and Pelvis
Scapula and Upper Back
I will teach you how to appropriately train each of these parts of the core, as well as provide an 18-week core stabilization program that will condition your entire core to an elite level.
No need to...
·Preform endless crunches
Feel unnecessary burn
Starve yourself for a six pack
As you will learn in my course, the majority of information about core training is incorrect. Most amature fitness enthusiasts train the core with isolated movements. The correct way to train the core is by emphasizing our core to work as an entire unit, together. There are four main movements, anti-extension, anti-rotation, hip mobility, and scapular stability
Not only will you build core stability, but you will walk with better posture and feel more balanced.
Here is what's inside the program:
Part 1: Posture and Stability
Essential Nature of Core Training
Proper Method of Core Training
Part 2: Functioning of The Core
· Core Anatomy
· Anti-Extension and Anti-Rotation
· Hip Complex and Scapular Stability
Part 3: Full Exercise Database (50+ Exercises)
Easy, Medium, and Difficult
Part 4: Testing
· Anti-Extension Testing
· Anti-Rotation Testing
· Hip Testing
· Scapula Testing
Part 5: Full 18 Week Program
· Level 1: 6 weeks Beginner Program
· Level 2: 6 Weeks Intermediate Program
· Level 3: 6 Weeks Advanced Program
This course is perfect for young athletes, or anyone who goes to the gym, but wants to reduce injury and increase strength and performance. You will enhance your posture, increase your balance, feel more stable, and reduce injury.
Scroll Up And Enroll Today to Begin Your Physically Life Changing Journey
Core Training For Posture and Stability
Core Stability Is Necessary for All Fitness
Core Training Should Enhance Posture
Functioning Of The Core
Basic Anatomy of The Core
Anti-Extension and Anti-Rotation
Scapula and Hips
Straight Arm Plank
Bear Crawl Position
Plank + Hip Extension
Plank + Hip Abduction
Unstable Upper Plank
Straight Arm Unstable Upper
Straight Arm Feet Elevated
Bear Crawl Fire Hydrant
Double Knee Tuck Unstable Lower
Double Leg Pike Unstable Lower
Elbow Plank Elevated Lower
Elbow Plank Walk
Elevated Lower Unstable Upper
Unstable Upper and Hip Abduction
Straight Arm Walk Out
Straight Arm Elevated Upper Unstable Lower
Unstable Mountain Climber
Unstable Plank Hip Extension
Bear Crawl Kick Back
Elbow Unstable Upper and Lower Plank
Straight Arm Unstable Upper and Lower
Double Unstable Hip Abduction and Extension
Single Leg Knee Tuck Unstable Lower
Straight Arm Walk Out Unstable Lower
Unstable Lower Elbow Walk
Lateral Walks Bear Crawl and Straight Arm
Side Plank Hip Abduction
Side Plank Hip Flexion
Straight Arm Shoulder Flexion
Bear Crawl Shoulder Taps
Bear Crawl Shoulder Flexion
Opposite Hand Opposite Foot
Side Plank Unstable Upper
Banded Glute Bridge
Bridge Ball Between Knees
Single Leg Balance and Reach
Glute Bridge Feet on Stability Ball
Knee Drive Bridge Switch
Single Leg Bridge
Single Leg RDL
Knee Drive Unstable Upper
Single Leg Bridge Unstable Upper
Single Leg Bridge on Stability Ball
Band Pull Aparts
Banded Upper Rows
Weighted Unstable Upper YTA Cuffs
Testing Which Program To Start
Core Stability Programs
Core Level 1, 2, and 3
Yes it was, but I would engage more with the student by adding something like quizzes or more questions and answers o broaden the insight and knowledge.
The course has a lot of exercises. The videos are clear and he takes care to mention areas where you could be doing things wrong.
100% satisfied with this course. Explains clearly how to train properly with beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Simple, yet challenging exercises. Clear explanations. 10/10
Well organized course. As a former athlete, I can say that Gam does an excellent job at teaching how to train the core to build strength and stability.
This course is a MUST for anyone that goes to the gym, to reduce injury and properly train. I wish I had known this earlier!
As a soccer player, this course was very helpful in teaching how to train with good technique to get stronger. I can already feel the difference in the exercises.
Instructor explains very clearly and professionally how to exercise with good technique. I highly recommend this course for anyone that wants to learn how to properly work their abs and core, and reduce pain.
This is the best course I have taken on the core. I learned so much in this course about how to PROPERLY perform exercises without causing pain, and to truly get stronger!