In Sport

Anybody looking to excel and improve their sporting ability and performance should firstly be looking at their posture. Without good posture, your movement, form and efficiency to perform can’t be at it maximal potential.

 

In all sports there are particular and repeated movements, in which an athlete switches from one position to another at different speeds and intensities and for varying amounts of time. The crucial underlying component that provides the basis for this is posture. During fast or powerful movements, or positions that need to be maintained for longer periods, the posture of the athlete must be stable and correct, to allow for correct form and efficiency of movement. This is essential for economical energy expenditure. Control of efficiency and economical movement means greater conservation of energy for use later in the activity or event. Inefficient control and movement leads to compensatory movements wasting time and energy .Less energy is then available for later in the event.Daily life is also very important regarding posture for athletes. Most athletes train

around family and work. Day to day  activities such as looking after children, driving, writing and studying, eating, texting, using computers, and relaxing watching  television affect the posture of athletes before they even turn up to the training field.

The body partner can help you get the best out of every training session and competitive sporting event that you take part in, helping you achieve your  maximum sporting goals and targets by aiding you in maintaining and developing good posture,  and preventing unnecessary injury.

PERSONAL TRAINING - CORPORATE FITNESS - BAD POSTURE - DISC PRESSURE - MUSCLE TONE - CORE STRENGTH - POSTURE CORRECTION - CARDIO FITNESS - HEALTH AND SAFETY - ROUNDED SHOULDERS - ROTATOR CUFF - OVER KYPHOTIC - IMPINGEMENT SYNDROME - FROZEN SHOULDER - ADHESIVE CAPSULITIS