Anti-rotational movements are extremely important for not only core strength, but spine health as well. Practicing anti rotation regularly helps to defend against torque that might be put on the body. Torque is essentially any twisting motion of one part of the body against another part of the body that is trying to remain stationary. For example, if you are in your car and reach over to the passenger seat to grab something you are putting torque on the body. This can be a problem as usually this force ends up causing injuries more often than not. Anti-rotational movements can keep us stable during these times and along with proper strength training. Check out this move we learn from Eric Cressey, hence the title Cressey Press.