written by Matt Marchant, Corrective Exercise Specialist
The main theme of Corrective Exercise:
Move Better, then Move More
The Principles of Corrective Exercise
1. Assess the Client
A qualified Corrective Exercise Specialist will include the following in a basic assessment:
First: Screen out serious orthopedic impingements, injuries, or issues.
Second: Assess the Breathing Pattern
Third: Assess the Posture
Forth: Assess the Core Function
Fifth: Assess the Basic Flexibility
Sixth: Assess the Movement Pattern
2. Create Spinal Mobility
3. Produce Spinal Stability
4. Correct the Mobility
5. Correct the Movement Mechanics
6. Add Resistance and Sophistication to the Movement
What does a typical Corrective Exercise appointment look like?
1st: Test a Movement
2nd: Mobilize the Movement
3rd: Learn the Movement
4th: Test the Movement again
5th: Strengthen the Movement
6th Decompress the Movement
This has been the Marchant Training Method’s version and presentation of Corrective Exercise. If you are in need of a program or assessment, please contact Matt Marchant for a complimentary appointment at (714) 342-0359 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please read the full article: “The Elements of Corrective Exercise” here on this website.
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