January 14, 2013
By Lisa Snow
EFT Personal Training
For many, the biggest obstacle to their fitness or weight loss goals is chronic pain. If you have an acute injury, you should seek the care of a qualified physical therapist, chiropractor, or other medical professional as soon as possible. But what if you are one of the thousands of people with everyday aches and pains but no specific injury or diagnosis? Corrective exercise can help. Corrective exercise helps you slowly, gently improve a variety of aspects of fitness, including flexibility, mobility, and functional strength. Corrective exercise can also be valuable for people who completed physical therapy following an injury and need to transition back into sports, dance, or everyday activities.
This year, instead of resolving to work out or lose weight, why not resolve to banish the pain once and for all? Once you feel better, you will automatically be more motivated to increase your physical activity and live life to the fullest. One of these two powerful books can jumpstart the process: