Ultimate Fitness York - Corrective Exercise Specialist
Musculoskeletal pain is more common than ever before
Research suggests that musculoskeletal pain is more common now than it was 50 years ago. Poor movement quality as well may adversely impact injury rate, biomechanical stress (e.g., ground reaction forces), and even physiological stress (e.g., increased cortisol). Conversely the application of an appropriate movement preparation intervention, utilising an integrated approach combining flexibility, core, balance, targeted strength, and dynamic warm-up exercises, may improve force absorption and reduce the incidence of injury. This lends support to the concept that decreased activity and poor movement quality may lead to muscular dysfunction and, ultimately, injury. Corrective exercise and the optimisation of movement quality have applications across populations and environments. All clients and athletes, regardless of current activity level, can benefit from the skills of a Corrective Exercise Specialist.
What is Corrective Exercise?
The primary objective of the Corrective Exercise Specialist is to optimise movement quality. This enhances performance, results, injury resistance, movement efficiency, and recovery. Optimising movement quality is accomplished by minimising the non-ideal motor recruitment strategies that result in observable postural distortion and movement compensation.
Fully Qualified Specialist
You’ll be in safe hands because we take our expertise and training seriously. Accredited by the National Academy of Sports Medicine, every patient we treat benefits from our expertise in corrective exercise.
Book an appointment
We are now working from Redmayne Lodge, Strensall on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays (but note that home visits are available on request).
Message Shaun at Ultimate Fitness York at [email protected].co.uk or call Shaun for more information on 07811 144348. Alternatively to book an appointment contact Redmayne Lodge direct on 01904 501500 or book online below.