The word “core” is thrown around quite a bit in the fitness and physical therapy world. Rob and I go over the core in depth and how it relates to low back pain. Join us as we battle over
According to Stu McGill, low back pain researcher, we need to be training our core for stability and endurance in order to prevent low back pain. This exercise fits the bill. I picked this one up at
Everybody loves a good lizard crawl.
Get into a pushup position and take your legs out a bit wider then your shoulders and lower yourself a little closer to the floor
Focus on keeping your