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  • Just as important as the transversus abs...

    Originally posted by Lani 03-08-2002, 05:32 PM

    ...though not as glamorous, are the multifidus muscles. Multifidi are the stabilizers of the spine; small muscles that are very deep and right up against the vertebra. These are the muscles that are trained along with the deep abdominals throughout balance and all of T-Tapp, part and parcel of your core.

    Here is a link with additional information...just to round out your "core" of knowledge! These muscles are in the group that we refer to in T-Tapp when explaining glucose utilization with building of density of muscle near the spine.

    The website is is whiplash 101 (!):

    http://www.whiplash101.com/MultifidusProgramDescrip.htm

    Tappers wanna know!

    Lani


    T-Tapp Teacher

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    AngieinMA
    02-08-2006, 09:36 PM
    Very interesting and helpful when trying to understand just how powerful ttapp is!


    banemach
    02-09-2006, 01:33 PM
    Thanks Lani - I'm about to get a new daughter in law who has encolysing spondylolis (not sure on spelling here) - this may help persuade her to try t-tapp.
    DW

    Dianne Wright

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