Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 20681
  Title Working the core: Part I: hallowing & bracing, assessment, training, and prevention
Journal JACA Online. 2009 Jul;46(5):Online access only p 2-7
Peer Review No
Publication Type Article
Abstract/Notes The core continues to attract interest—and controversy. Is a core training program central to performance enhancement, or not? Where do strength and endurance figure into a core program? What’s the best way to assess core strength/stability? And why does core work seem to mean different things to different health care professionals? Drs. Michael Schneider, Rodger Tepe, Adam Morrell, and Kristan Giggey share their expertise.

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