Hardest Core Exercises – Advanced Core Training – Dean Somerset
Get Your Strongest and Most Resilient Core Ever
A Cutting Edge Guide to The How and Why of Core Training
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Core training typically comprises mat based exercises, 50 forms of crunches, or planks until your face falls off. In truth, core training comprises a very deep well of intricately involved muscles, joints, systems, and positions. It could be said that everything from your ribs to your pelvis is the core, and any exercise that uses this area even distantly could be considered core training, and either setting you up for success or failure depending on how it’s trained.
Consider how many people go to the gym and either don’t know how to breathe during different exercises or breathe with completely inefficient patterns that are limiting their strength at best, and potentially setting them up for some serious injuries.
Advanced Core training is very complicated, but it can be made very simple with some very basic tenets to be aware of with your exercises of choice. Are you training for recovery? Speed? Maximum strength? Creating a super-stiff spine? They all have specific training methods, and common variables you can adjust on the fly to produce the results you want.
Why Everyone Needs Core Strength & Core Stability
Core strength and stability is something everyone needs to produce a forceful movement, whether that’s bending down to tie your shoes, lifting a bag of groceries out of the car, creating first-step speed or lifting your max in the gym. Core stability means having the ability to preserve the position of your spine while other body parts, like your shoulders and hips, do the heavy lifting instead. The spine acts like a buffer driving force from one end to the other, without bending or breaking in the process.
How will the Advanced Core Training Seminar help you?
Be the first of your fitness colleagues to get this as it will become the go-to program for fitness professionals with clients who involve any type of core training in their programs.
Get immediate results for your clients—not a couple of weeks… sometimes as little as a couple of seconds. You’ll look like some sort of core training wizard.
Increase your value to clients and separate yourself from other trainers around you.
Know what to do today to get your clients hitting new performance and recovery records, all in record time.
Help people in a whole new way!
What is included in the Advanced Core Training Product
This is a five-segment digital video.
Component #1: Core training physiology. How a core training response differs from one goal to another, and from one method to another, plus how to work them together.
Component #2: The Core Training Continuum. The crux of the program, depending on what the individual’s goals are it will show you exactly how the variables of core training can be altered to achieve the best results possible.
Component #3: Exercise dissection and demonstrations. This hands-on clinic shows how to use the various stages of the continuum appropriately to get the results you’re after.
Component #4: Lesser known exercises with big payoffs. See movements that solve significant problems and help bridge the gaps common issues and simple solutions.
Component #5: Q & A session. Dean answers live questions from the audience in a wide range of topics regarding core training and training in general.
About Your Presenter
Dean Somerset BSc. Kinesiology, CEP, CSCS, MEPD is the Rehabilitation and Medical Fitness Coordinator for World Health Club, a company with 20 clubs across Alberta, Canada. He oversees the trainer education and Post-Rehabilitation program implementation alongside over 100 medical and allied health professionals, and works to create a continuum of health and wellness for both patients and clients.