A lot of times we come across people that get motivated and excited to go out there and train and the question I always ask is ôare you fit enough to train?ö
Sometimes, when people do get motivated to go do these things, predisposing imbalances, strength issues, and flexibility issues just drop them off the other end.
People can end up with chronic repetitive injuries that they didn’t have before they started, and all it took was a predisposing factor to be pushed a little bit further and bring up these issues.
They can do a fitness assessment for you and figure out these things before they happen. You don’t have to be in pain to see a physiotherapist – just like you go to your dental hygienist to clean your teeth when you don’t have tooth pain, you can see a physiotherapist to find out if your wheels are aligned, if there is enough air in all tires, or if you’re functioning on a flat tire.
If you have questions about pre-training fitness assessments, see a physiotherapist.
Local Practitioners: Physiotherapist