Core Muscle Strength Training for Reducing the Risk of Low Back Pain in Military Recruits
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OrthoEvidence. Core Muscle Strength Training for Reducing the Risk of Low Back Pain in Military Recruits. ACE Report. 2022;234(4):1. Available from: https://myorthoevidence.com/AceReport/Report/14580
Core muscle functional strength training for reducing the risk of low back pain in military recruits: An open-label randomized controlled trialJ Integr Med. 2022 Mar;20(2): 145-152.
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600 military recruits were randomized in this open-label trial to receive 12 weeks of progressive core muscle functional strength training (n=300) or no training (n=300) in addition to their standard basic combat training. The primary outcome of interest was the incidence of low back pain. Secondary outcomes of interest included lumbar muscle endurance, low back pain on a Visual Analog Scale (VAS)...
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