Noah has been progressing quickly with his training and his speed has improved. He no longer has pain during or following a run!
A common myth about your core
We believe that when we do a core exercise like a plank or sit-up that our core is engaging. The truth is that if we have a prior injury to our back or pelvis our core can be inhibited. Doing a core exercise does not necessarily mean that your core is engaging or working.
Core exercises may not engage your core!
Symptoms of a weak or inhibited core
Back tension with a need to bend and stretch daily
A feeling of poor trunk stability
Mid back stiffness
Back pain or pain with core exercises