CrossFit is a strength and conditioning programme consisting mainly of compound movements and shorter high intensity cardiovascular sessions. It requires stamina, strength, flexibility, power, co-ordination, balance and endurance. Injuries tend to occur as a result of the body mechanics not working properly preventing proper function and balance of the muscles being used. This could be due to a sudden impact, not warming up or cooling down properly, overtraining and pushing your body beyond its limits, or improper use of equipment. Repeated stresses over time can progressively reduce the body’s ability to function optimally thereby affecting its performance.
What do you feel?
Symptoms include fatigue, weakness, swelling, tightness, nerve pain, muscular tightness resulting in an inability to progress training, one side feeling weaker than the other, unbalanced, restricted movement in certain positions and gradually progressing to aching, pins and needles, sharp pain, burning, delayed muscle soreness post training.
What to do?
The practitioners at Future Proof Care have helped many CrossFit athletes with strained hamstrings, sciatica, elbow injuries, rotator cuff injuries to not only speed up your recovery, but improve performance and strength by making sure the body is functioning optimally and advise on how best to avoid further injury and get the most from each training session.
If your body is not performing how you would like, it is worth having a consult with us to establish the cause. If your pain is beyond the scope of Chiropractic or Osteopathy, you will be referred and advised accordingly for the appropriate therapy/investigations.
If it is within our scope, we can work with you to help restore your body to its natural mechanics and relieve the tightness enabling the body to self-heal and regulate; as well as discuss the best way to prevent re-occurrence.
Call Future Proof Care at Kingshill, West Malling now, where either John Stewart or Chidi Lynn will be happy to assess you, to see if your pain is something we can help with. Tel: 01732 897550
What would it be like to be pain free, functioning and enjoying ‘normal’ again?