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Activities tagged: multifidii

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Spinal stability: bridge

Bridge Exercise focusing on the 3 primary groups of spinal stabilizers (transversus abdominus, pelvic floor, multifidii), also incorporating the deep longitudinal system (erector spinae, hamstrings) and glute max

Tags: inner unit, core stability, transversus abdominus, pelvic floor, multifidii, bridge

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Spinal stability: bridge, alternate leg

Bridge Exercise focusing on the 3 primary groups of spinal stabilizers (transversus abdominus, pelvic floor, multifidii), also incorporating the deep longitudinal system (erector spinae, hamstrings) and glute max

Tags: inner unit, core stability, transversus abdominus, pelvic floor, multifidii, bridge

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Spinal stability: activation

The basic starting position for many spinal stabilization exercises incorporating transversus abdominus, the pelvic floor, and multifidii

Tags: inner unit, core stability, transversus abdominus, pelvic floor, multifidii

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Spinal stability: multifidii sitting

Basic exercise for recruitment of the multifidus muscle, a "core" muscle that controls the stability the spine. Multidifudus is a part of the erctor spinae muscles (back extensors) that sit along the spine. It exists alone at the lowest levels, L4-L5-S1

Tags: spinal, stability, multifidii, multifidus, core, activation, sitting

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Spinal stability: multifidii standing

Basic exercise for recruitment of the multifidus muscle, a "core" muscle that controls the stability the spine. Multidifudus is a part of the erctor spinae muscles (back extensors) that sit along the spine. It exists alone at the lowest levels, L4-L5-S1

Tags: spinal, stability, multifidii, multifidus, core, activation, standing, rocking

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High plank: knee-drive

An advanced plank exercise also incorporating hip extensor and flexor control. This exercises may not be appropriate for those with specific shoulder weakness or problems.

Tags: plank, advanced, hip flexion, extension, spinal stability, scapular, core, multifidii, transversus, hip flexor, iliopsoas, multifidus, erector spinae

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Plank: hip extension

Plank exercise incorporating lumbar spine stabilizers and hip extensor muscles. This exercises may not be appropriate for those with specific shoulder weakness or problems.

Tags: plank, advanced, hip extension, spinal stability, scapular, core, multifidii, multifidus, erector spinae

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Posterior sling: 4-point kneeling

A basic spinal stabilization exercise from 4-point kneeling (hands and knees) involving the posterior-sling (latissmus dorsi to opposite gluteus maximus via the thoracolumbar fascia)

Tags: spinal stabilizers, stabilization, neutral, airplane, airplanes, hip extension, transversus, glutes, gluteus, lats, latissmus, core, multifidii, multifidus

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Spinal stability: 4-point kneel with extremities

A basic spinal stabilization exercise from 4-point kneeling (hands and knees)

Tags: spinal stabilizers, stabilization, neutral, airplane, airplanes, hip extension, transversus, core, multifidii, multifidus, bird, dog

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Scapular stability: 4-point kneeling

A basic scapular stabilization exercise from 4-point kneeling (hands and knees) in conjunction with spinal stabilzation

Tags: spinal stabilizers, stabilization, shoulder, scapular, scapulothoracic, trapezius, serratus, lower, middle, transversus, core, multifidii, multifidus

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Transversus abdominus: isolated from other core muscles

A basic starting position for transversus abdominus recruitment, without involvement of the pelvic floor or multifidii muscles in the back

Tags: inner unit, core stability, transversus abdominus, pelvic floor, multifidii