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Pelvic Stabilization During Resistance Training

    The goal of this research study was to determine how exercise training affects the development of lumbar extension strength. This study was also dependent on the presence or absence of pelvic stabilization. The study included different subject groups with different measurements being observed. The data was recorded and proposed in this study.

    Muscle Physiology & Resistance Training

      This chapter provides an overview of the physiological principles related to assessing muscular strength and the methods for developing and
      sustaining muscular strength through exercise. It specifically focuses on the evaluation and training of the isolated lumbar extensor muscles,
      synthesizing research findings. Normative data for both genders and the interpretation of strength curves are included. Important considerations for evaluating and conditioning the lumbar extensor muscles, such as static and dynamic testing techniques, muscle fatigue characteristics, counterweighting effects, total torque, net muscular torque, strength curves, and the trainability of these muscles, are discussed.

      Low back strengthening for the prevention & treatment of low back pain

        In this research study, strengthening of the low back is demonstrated to treat and prevent low back pain. Rehabilitation through lumbar extension strengthening is believed to improve strength, endurance, and mobility. Improvements in low back pain show potential for the reduction of pain for patients.

        Effect of resistance training on lumbar extension strength

          This research study aimed to demonstrate how strength exercise testing on the pelvic region can evaluate lumbar extension and range of motion. By performing different exercises and a maximum isometric strength test, subjects were ultimately able to increase their pelvic stabilization and gain strength. Data was observed and recorded.

          Comparison of Restraint Systems for Pelvic Stabilization

            In this study, the two different restraint systems to isolate the lumbar extensors were explored.
            The two different restraint systems are used through the pelvic
            stabilization by preventing movements in the lower part of your body while seated. Restraints are located on the knees and on the bottom of the feet. The goal of the study is to see how the restraint systems can influence lumbar extension strength and the shape of isometric lumbar extension strength curve.

            A Rational Approach to the Treatment of Low Back Pain

              Medical professionals know how stressful and difficult needing care can be, especially in the case of low back pain due to the ambiguous nature of the injury. Dr. Brian W. Nelson has made it his job to care for patients with nonoperative back and neck pain.