Possessing the ability to recover properly after heavy bouts of intense training, with respect to breathing patterns, posture and tone, has become a very hot topic worth discussing.
A lot of folks miss the boat entirely in the fitness and rehab field when interacting with people. It doesn’t matter if it’s a client, an athlete, or a patient; human connection and interaction is the single most important aspect that cannot be overlooked.
Quality movement always sets the stage for quality performance output. If you can’t move well, more likely than not, you won’t be able to move often without hitting a wall or catching the injury-bug.
Rehab and performance belong on the same page — plain and simple. It’s beyond me as to why some fitness and rehab professionals have yet to understand this integrated model of care for athletes, patients and clients alike.
Movement is always the name of the game. Movement encompasses everything.
Think about it for a moment — What is the common denominator when it comes to exercise, training, rehab, performance, fitness and physical activity? Answer: movement.
There are too many internet fitness guru’s out there, and not enough qualified coaches/trainers.
It’s Week 17 on Technique Fix Friday and it’s time to review the Pull-Up and Chin-Up. One tip: Stop doing “kipping” pull-ups. Your shoulders and spine will thank you later.