THE CORE BOOK
Build foundational core strength starting with the very basics and progress towards advanced core exercises. You’ll learn basic anatomy of the core and how it applies to exercise, benefits of training with isolation and compound exercises, and the relationship between breathing and the core.
Chapter 1: Learn what the core includes to create a basis of knowledge to progress from.
Chapter 2: Learn the anatomy of the core and related muscles, basics of exercise prescription, pros and cons of training with isolation and compound exercises, relationship between breathing and the core, and so much more.
Chapter 3: Learn the different movement patterns and types of breathing to use in your training
Chapter 4: Three progressive programs consisting of about 45 minute long workouts, 4 days per week for up to 6 weeks per program. Progressions for each program are made every 1-2 weeks to ensure progressive overload.
Chapter 5: Expansive list of over 70+ core exercises organized by equipment required.
If you don’t read about something that will change your workouts forever, we will provide you with a full refund.
SUITABLE FOR ALL LEVELS
Progress from beginner to advanced exercises using the principles of basic core engagement, breathing and control of intra-abdominal pressure.
PROGRESS THROUGH THREE PROGRAMS
Our beginner program focuses on developing proper core stabilization. The intermediate and advanced programs introduce more challenging exercises as your strength and stability improves.
SCIENCE MADE SIMPLE
There is more to the core than your abs. We break down all the muscles that make up your ‘core’, how they function and the best way to train them.
MEET THE AUTHORS
Laura graduated with her Doctor of Physical Therapy from the University of Florida in 2018. Laura grew up doing gymnastics and competed at the collegiate level before she retired. Due to her love of movement, she never stopped exploring different ways of moving. She has expanded her knowledge base from gymnastics and calisthenics, to lifting, hand balancing, and ninja warrior training.
Steve graduated with a Doctor of Physical Therapy from Seton Hall University. His training focuses on proper movement patterns and corrective exercises. Having played basketball and rugby in college, Steve has applied his knowledge with experience as an athlete to the field where he has helped athletes across multiple D-1 collegiate programs.