Writing a systematic review was something I just finished while pursuing my advanced training in Australia. “The effectiveness of a sport-specific conditioning program in athletes with hamstring injuries: A systematic review of the literature.” That I am waiting to hear back to see where it will be published.
I am from the US and trained in the US originally as a physio. The four horseman(QL/multifidi/TvA/Ext obliques) are in ALL of the research that I have studied and continue to study and review and learn.
The work by Paul Hodges, PT has shown individuals with LBP, that the TvA becomes inactive or does not fire efficiently not performing its stabilizing role. Diane Lee, PT has shown that the QL is the tightest and weakest muscle in the lower lumbar.
Peter O’Sullivan, PT has shown that the TvA and multifidi work together with lumbar and other injuries..
So fuel the movement or as I say “Understand the Science Behind The Movement”