Are you training with an injury? Have you recently had an injury and feel unsure how to get back to full training? Are you worried about pushing yourself in case you do some damage? Have you had surgery and never quite got back to 100%? Do you have some kind of permanent physical restriction and find it difficult to do conventional workouts? Are you a bit older and feel like your more likely to get hurt if you train harder?
Many people are frustrated by recurring injuries or feel restricted in their training. Many recurring injuries are the result of sub-optimal rehabilitation. Some are related to training errors or improper biomechanics. Whatever is holding you back, compromising your goals without fully exploring your potential is no way to train.
Just because you have a recurring issue does not mean you have to live with it. Just because you have had a major injury or surgery does not mean that you should accept less than a 100% return to your full physical fitness. Just because you have a permanent physical restriction or are getting a bit older does not mean you can’t push yourself to your full potential.
We can find the weaknesses and restrictions holding you back and create a plan to overcome them. It will take hard work and commitment on your part, but if you’re willing to put in the effort, I can help you achieve your goals.
What is strength and conditioning rehabilitation?
The strength and conditioning rehabilitation program is specifically designed around your goals, so it is different for everyone. It can be anything from twice weekly heavy strength training in your gym, to aerobic conditioning in the park, to bodyweight circuit training in your office or home. It really depends on your training history, your injury troubles and your goals. After an hour long assessment we will work together to create a training plan to achieve your goals and a schedule to suit your life and budget.
Who is it for?
- People who have had surgery but do not feel 100% and want to increase their strength and resilience to return to performance and prevent future injury
- Anyone who has had recurring problems and would like to address them with a more comprehensive strength and conditioning program
- People who have some sort of physical limitation (be it a medical condition or just general deconditioning) but would still like to push the boundaries regarding their physical fitness
- Anyone who is currently training but feels held back in some way by an injury or other physical restriction
What is involved?
Again, this depends. We can be working one on one three times a week in your gym/home/office or we could be checking in once every few months to review your progress and revise your training program. The strength and conditioning rehabilitation program always involves a one hour assessment to determine you problems and your goals. From there we will develop a strategy to get you where you want to be.
What’s in it for me?
- Reduce your injury risk
- Optimize your training
- Learn how to train smarter
As a Physiotherapist with over ten years of experience I am an expert in movement analysis and loading strategies. I can help you isolate the things that are holding you back and work with you to overcome these obstacles. If you think this might be what your looking for but your not sure just give me a call and we can talk it over.