In corrective exercise, first a detailed analysis of the physical structure of the body is done. With the help of that analysis, a trainer can determine any imbalances or deficits that could be affecting an individual's performance and his/her daily activities. According to this analysis, the required corrective exercise is developed to bring your body to its normal postural position.
Corrective exercise is about choosing the right exercise that will keep your body in balance by addressing exactly what the body needs and making sure they are performed with proper technique and posture. Corrective exercises are prescribed to help your body learn improved movement patterns through neuromuscular activation. Corrective Exercise brings the body back into a healthy position so that you can move freely and without pain.
Goals of Corrective Exercise
The goals of Corrective Exercise are
- To identify both posture and movement imbalances and joint limitations and develop a program to correct them.
- To loosen the muscles that have become tight, and activating the muscles that has been inactive.
Benefit of Corrective Exercise
- Improves daily living activities
- Improves strength and flexibility
- Improves posture
- Builds stronger muscles
- Improves blood flow
- Reduces pain
- Enables an individual to control the pain without the use of drugs, manipulation or surgery.
- Enhances athletic performance
- Helps in detecting physical weaknesses and imbalances.
If you want to know more about corrective exercise, Mr. Marco Franciamore, the trainer at Elevate Training will be happy to answer all your queries. You can contact him at 888-316-7220 or 917-337-8860 and you can also send mails at firstname.lastname@example.org.