Corrective exercise aims to reduce muscle imbalances, in order to establish a healthy foundation of exercise. Simply stated, when one muscle is underactive or weak, another muscle makes up the difference and becomes overactive or tight; neither muscle is functioning correctly.
To reduce injury, improve movement, feel less “tightness” and be better aligned, we must identify those muscle imbalances and formulate an individualized plan to implement the corrective exercise solution(s). The exercises will be based on learning how to use your breathe to create movement, and applying that breathing foundation to resistance training, mobility & activation drills, as well as stretching, in order to lengthen your overactive/tight muscles while strengthening your underactive/weak muscles.
Let’s find the proper balance in your body to improve your overall functional capacity.