Rebuilding the injured body

“Constant feedback and careful progressions are essential
for helping one client improve functional mobility.” Idea Fitness
Journal, December, 2010. I liked this article because it addresses the re-building of injured muscle. Throughout our life, muscle and connective tissue can get injured due to trauma, or to improper mechanics.  The rebuilding process may be slow, and there may be a instances where we revisiting pain, but hopefully over time the muscle(s) can be retrained.  Once we focus on increasing joint mobility and in making the body move freer and with less effort, the lesser the chance that we are going to injure the body.

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About Jeff Fischer
I'm a certified personal trainer in the San Francisco Bay area.

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