How Healthy Is My Core?
The muscles of the deep core include the diaphragm, transversus abdominis, multifidus and pelvic floor. They can become inhibited with the pain and swelling that accompany injuries around the spine and pelvis. The thing is that once inhibited, these deep core muscles do not just naturally come back online. They have to specifically be retrained to turn on for you so that they function they way they are meant to, which is 1) synergistically (they should turn on altogether) and 2) reflexively (they need to turn on for you involuntarily before your bigger muscles do your gross movement). This questionnaire is to give you an idea of how well or not your core may be turning on for you. The more checks you have, the more likely your core needs support.
Interested in learning the most effective theory and practice for core and pelvic floor recovery?
Are you finding your old “core strengthening” exercises aren’t working for you?
Interested in rehabbing yourself from an new or chronic injury?
Want to learn how to effectively strengthen the deep core for prevention of injuries?
Hypopressive Training/Low Pressure Fitness is a revolutionary breath and postural method that:
Turns on the deep core the way it’s meant to function
Decreases pressure in thoracic, abdominal and pelvic cavities
Normalize myofascial tension of abdominal wall and pelvic floor