Insight of the Week from Cara
Bridging® Insights are discussions about common movement and development issues and their relationship to being physically active. The discussion often ties together perspectives and events which we commonly find impacting our clients.
How can you strength train when you are in pain?
Many of our clients have a goal involving a return to their active life, including being able to do resistance/strength training.
While they come to us to help clear up their pain or coordination issues, they are pleasantly surprised to find their ability to exercise also improves.
How does pain interrupt strength training?
When we assess a client’s micromovement flows and transitions, we find glitches caused by the four usual suspects from your overall lifetime:
- Medical interventions
- Early life/birth impacts
We use the gentle Bridging® reset process to restore the correct activation patterns in the muscle groups you are trying to train. This can usually be accomplished in 2-3 sessions.
You are then able to participate in activities which have the highest ROI for your health and longevity.
Have you wanted to add strength training but are afraid of hurting yourself? Contact us. We are happy to see how Bridging® can help.