2. Maintain balance during movement
3. Coordinate all movements, insuring they are smooth and efficient
4. Stop all unwanted movements from occurring to insure maximum efficiency
5. Coordinate speech, motor learning, visualization, cognitive thought, immune system function, (and possibly even coordination of the stress response?)
- Spine – Forward Head Position, Kyphosis (Thoracic) and/or Hyperlordosis (Lumbar), or Scoliosis
- Shoulders - Excess Tension or Pain or Chronic Protraction of the Shoulder Blade
- Pelvis and Hips – Anterior Tilt, Tight Hip Flexors, Hip ROM and Restriction issues
- Foot and Ankle – Excessive Pronation
- Hamblin, James. "Why One Neuroscientist Started Blasting His Core." The Atlantic. August 08, 2016. Accessed September 20, 2016. http://www.theatlantic.com/science/archive/2016/08/cortical-adrenal-orchestra/496679/.
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