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1.Train the core muscles in a primarily lengthened position, moving from stability to mobility.

2. Balance body segments (pelvis, trunk and ribs) over an unstable base of support and challenge the body to maintain neutral posture.

3. Facilitate as much multi-joint involvement as possible to create muscular and joint interdependency.

4. Incorporate movement patterns that involve and challenge agonist, antagonist, synergists and stabilizers.