The main focus of stabilization training is to make your mind & body aware of how to react properly to the demands placed upon it. By training in stabilization, we will increase the ability of the right muscle(s) to work for an extended period of time and stabilize joint movement while developing optimal posture. In doing so, muscles that were weak become stronger and our stronger muscles can stop working overtime to compensate for the weaker ones.
The overcompensation of one muscle to another creates muscle imbalances and the single most common reason people end up at Dr. appointments. From lower back pain (80% of the adult populations suffers from lower back pain) to knee injuries, we are a society “out of balance” with how our bodies are supposed to mechanically respond to our environment.
Stabilization is my first step in working with clients to overcome muscle imbalances and from that point, working alongside my clients to support their fitness goals…one step at a time.
Yours in fitness & health,