Trunk stability training is rarely the focus of programming and often omitted all together, which is why it is the focus of this course.
Saturday, July 31, 2021
Lincoln Performance & Sports Medicine
About the Course
Ask any strength coach, personal trainer or rehab specialist and they will tell you that trunk stability (or “core strength” as it is often called) is incredibly important. Despite this fact, trunk stability training is rarely the focus of programming and is often omitted all together. This is typically to a lack of understanding about trunk stability training in general.
In this course, attendees will dig deep into trunk stability and leave the course with the knowledge and skills to properly assess and program trunk stability training in their athletes and patients.
This course is perfect for strength coaches, personal trainers and rehab specialists such as physical therapists, athletic trainers and chiropractors. It is approved for CEUs by both NASM and NSCA.
In this course, Dr. Ulm will cover:
- Biomechanics and anatomy of trunk stability
- Pathomechanics of injury to the lumbar spine
- How to assess of trunk stability
- Proper cuing to get athletes to stabilize properly
- When/how to use a belt properly
- Proper lifting mechanics of common injurious exercises
- Of course lots and lots of “core” training exercises
08:00-10:00 Lecture: What is stability; functions of the core, mechanics of trunk stability; trunk stability categorization; stabilizing/ loading strategies.
10:00-10:15 Break/Transition to workshop
10:15-12:00 Workshop: teaching a proper brace, various types of trunk stability exercises from basic to complex.
12:00-12:30 Perform multiple styles of trunk stability workouts emphasizing different types of exercises.
13:30-14:30 Lecture: How to train trunk stability; respiration & stabilization; bracing for maximal lifts: modulating the brace(kettlebell swings).
14:30-15:30 Workshop: Review pressurizing the abdomen; bracing for maximal lifts; modulating IAP.
15:45-16:30 Workshop: Perform various styles of trunk stability workouts.
16:30-17:00 Lecture: Programming Trunk Stability
17:00 End of Course