Elite Core Stability: The Key to Athletic and Fitness Success

The Key to Athletic and Fitness Success

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Immediate Benefits

✓ Improve Your Posture                            ✓ Reduce Lower Back Pain

✓ Gain Functional Strength                      ✓ Move More Efficiently

✓ Reduce Injury Risk                                 ✓ Gain Strength

✓ Improve Speed                                       ✓ Enable Proper Power Training

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Gam Sassoon

This course includes:

Author: Gam Sassoon

ACE Certified Personal Trainer, ACE Certified Health Coach, Athletic Balance Training Specialist


Exercises to Reduce Injury, Enhance Postural Excellence and Improve Athletic Performance

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The Importance of Core Stability:

Core stability is the most important prerequisite for fitness, sports, and posture

  • Immediately increased fitness level
  • Reduced chance of injury.
  • Enhanced Athleticism
  • Proper Posture
  • Improved Performance

I am Gam, a Personal Trainer, Fitness Coach, and former Athlete. and in this course, I will teach you how to build solid core stability for sports and injury prevention. I hold multiple sports conditioning certifications, and I plan on preparing you to train and stabilize your core to an elite level.

The core is essential for having a balanced body.

Having a balanced body allows your to produce strength and power. Balance, comes from stabilizing the core.

Imagine trying to lift a couch, while standing on two volleyballs. Without stability, power and strength is impossible, and we are vulnerable to injury. Stabilization of the core, is like standing on a stable surface.

The Core’s Role in Injury Reduction

The core’s main role is to protect your spine. When we stabilize our core, we create a natural brace that surrounds our spine and reduces injury.

Without stabilizing your core, any movement could potentially cause injury, especially heavy lifting and playing sports. Most trainers fail to understand how to properly stabilize the core, and reinforce dangerous habits that increase pressure on the lower back, knees, and shoulders.

In this course you will learn exactly how to train your core to increase your balance and enhance your posture. With proper core training, every aspect of your fitness and movement will be improved.

The Core is the heart of your Physical Health

The core is made of up four main areas.

  1. Anterior Portion
  2. Posterior Portion
  3. Hip and Pelvis
  4. Scapula and Upper Back

I will teach you how to appropriately train each of these parts of the core, as well as provide an 18-week core stabilization program that will condition your entire core to an elite level.

Does core stability Reduce Pain?

By sitting all day, many of us suffer from

  • Forward rounded shoulders
  • Painful and tight lower back area
  • Unstable and painful knees

With core stability, we reduce pain in a preemptive manner. It is like having a seat belt in your car, along with airbags, and a strong exterior.


The problem with current core training is that it is obsessed about six-packs

As you will learn in my course, the majority of information about core training is incorrect. Most armature fitness enthusiasts train the core with isolated movements.


The correct way to train the core is by emphasizing our core to work as an entire unit, together.

There are four main movements,

  1. Anti-extension
  2. Anti-rotation
  3. Hip mobility
  4. Scapular stability

Not only will you build core stability, but you will walk with better posture and feel more balanced.

Furthermore, if you plan on playing sports or lifting weights at a high level, core stability is a necessary pre-requisite.

Who is this course for?

This course is suitable for ANYONE but especially if you have…

  • previously injured your lower back, shoulder(s), or knee(s), and you are cleared to train
  • You are suffering poor posture and pain
  • You play sports
  • You consider yourself fit or athletic

Course Syllabus

Part 1: Posture and Stability

  • Essential Nature of Core Training
  • Proper Method of Core Training
  • Injury Prevention

Part 2: Functioning of The Core

  • · Core Anatomy
  • · Anti-Extension and Anti-Rotation
  • · Hip Complex and Scapular Stability

Part 3: Full Exercise Database (50+ Exercises)

  • Anti-Extension
  • Anti-Rotation
  • Hip Complex
  • Scapular Stability
  • Easy, Medium, and Difficult

Part 4: Testing

  • · Anti-Extension Testing
  • · Anti-Rotation Testing
  • · Hip Testing
  • · Scapula Testing

Part 5: Full 18 Week Program

  • · Level 1: 6 weeks Beginner Program
  • · Level 2: 6 Weeks Intermediate Program
  • · Level 3: 6 Weeks Advanced Program
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