Where is the line between rehab and training? There isn’t one in my opinion.
It’s my good fortune to be able to help people who have suffered from injury and are struggling to get back to their best.
To do this I look in detail how my client’s move and precisely locate the muscle weaknesses that are presently holding them back.
I then employ very specific exercises to target those weak muscles and begin the process of returning them to the activities they love.
At what stage do these exercises become training?
From the beginning. This is a very important shift in thinking.
It takes my clients from passive patients being done to by people in white coats, to individuals with self determination and control over their future.
For me exercise exists on a spectrum. I’m simply introducing force to my client’s bodies to stimulate a response.
If the amount of force is appropriate they will be stronger and more resilient as a result.
The appropriate amount of force could be a low intensity isometric at a very specific joint angle or a dead lift with 100kg on the bar.
I see both as training.
No matter where your starting point is, you’re ready to train as soon as you walk through the door. We just need to decide the most appropriate way to begin.
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