Core Stability: “Myth or Reality? Does It Matter?” – by Evert Verhagen at ECSS 2013

One thing I really enjoy about attending big conferences is the opportunity to learn from researchers in disciplines related but distinct from my own. The keynotes and invited presentations are particularly good opportunities to do this. It’s like turning up for lectures from a course you’re not enrolled in 😉

In that vein, I attended the Invited Symposium: “Evidence-Based Sports Physiotherapy: Core Stability in Sports – Myth Or Reality?” at the European College of Sport Science Congress 2013, to see Evert Verhagen (@evertverhagen) provide his perspective on the topic. Evert’s talk reinforced many themes which were apparent to me throughout the conference:

Here are my sketchnotes from Evert’s excellent talk. Food for thought, for all of us in sports research:

Core Stability: Myth or Reality? - by Evert Verhagen at ECSS 2013 | Sketchnotes by Jacquie Tran Core Stability: Myth or Reality? - by Evert Verhagen at ECSS 2013 | Sketchnotes by Jacquie Tran Core Stability: Myth or Reality? - by Evert Verhagen at ECSS 2013 | Sketchnotes by Jacquie Tran
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