Rehab & Functional Training

We are Movement Dysfunction Specialist we use systematic R4 approach.
Upper Limbs + Lower Limbs + Spine (Review + Release + Retrain = Results)

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Functional Training?

Functional Training is the movement solution for any bodily dysfunction.

Why hire a Functional Trainer?

A Functional Trainer identifies biomechanical dysfunction of a body and creates movement solutions to optimize fitness.

What to Expect From Your Visit

The Rehab & Functional rehabilitation provider will appoint a functional rehabilitation consultant who will assist you to achieve a positive recovery. The rehabilitation consultant will be a health professional such as an occupational therapist, rehabilitation counsellor, physiotherapist, exercise physiologist or psychologist.

We follow 11 Fitness Components i.e. Cardio, strength, core, flexibility, mobility, psychomotor, agility, stability, balance, proprioception & fun which makes us Fitness Solution Specialist.

Cardio

  • Improves stamina, stronger heart, lower cholesterol & blood pressure, weight loss
  • Running, swimming, cycling, sports, dancing, etc.
  • Lack of symmetrical muscle strength leading to dysfunction & injury.
  • Works mostly in sagittal plane only for cardio machines.

Mobility

(Flexibility is an integral part of mobility)

  • Improves muscles tissue flexibility and stability with strength
  • Gymnast, wushu, taichi, etc.
  • Important component for pain-free movement that was confused with flexibility

Balance

(Stability is an integral part of balance)

  • Improves overall body alignment and symmetry
  • Single leg stand, handstand, wakeboarding, surfing, etc.
  • Important component that must be incorporated into elderly program

Strength

  • Increase muscles strength & tone, bone density, fat loss.
  • Bodybuilding,weight lifting, callisthenics training, CrossFit, etc.
  • Lack of flexibility component leading to dysfunction & injury

Psychomotor

  • Hand, eye & leg coordination
  • Walking, running, pianist, driving, cycling, swimming, golf, etc.
  • Important component that many has lost due to excessive phone

 

Proprioception

  • Awareness of space with respect to your body & object around you
  • Sports, driving, juggling, etc.
  • Extremely important for athletes & elderly to unleash their survival instinct

Core

  • Increase trunk muscles strength & tone, posture, alignment
  • Pilates
  • Lack of over all muscles strength development, cardio & vertical plane exercises 

Agility

(Psychomotor is an integral part of agility)

  • Rapid change of direction & speed with psychomotor
  • Soccer, basketball, tennis, table tennis, hockey, skiing, snowboarding, etc.
  • Important component for neuro development especially for elderly to prevent fall

Fun

  • Any movement that creates the magical moment in them to unleash their potential
  • Functional training exercise that are “AAA” standard
  • One of the most important component that is still highly neglected by trainers that will determine how long a client will stay with you.

Flexibility

  • Improves muscles elasticity, restore range of motion
  • Yoga, stretching
  • Lack of over all muscles strength development, cardio & pulling exercises
  • High risk of premature degeneration for hypermobile joint victims 

Stability

  • Joint stability is crucial for pain-free optimal mobility
  • Elastic band exercise, side plank, quadrapet, etc.
  • Often confused with balance but is of great importance for optimal performance 

We are a Movement Solution Specialist

8 Movement Patterns
Push (H/V), Pull (H/V), Squat, Lunge, Bend, Twist + Sagittal, Frontal, Transverse.

Push Superior or Vertical

  • Great importance to address shoulder lurching dysfunction & injury
  • Shoulder press, handstand
  • Increase grip strength once glenohumeral joint centralisation occurs.

Squat

  • The most frequently used movement pattern in human life
  • Sitting in or getting out from a seat
  • Common mistake of valgus knees, knee dominant & poor ankle mobility

Push Anterior or Horizontal

  • Great importance to address shoulder dysfunction such as scapula winging
  • Plank position with retraction & protraction of scapula

Lunge

  • An important function that helps us perform better in sports
  • Tennis, basketball, soccer, etc.
  • Challenges hip mobility & stability

Pull Superior or Vertical

  •  Build upper back strength
  • Chin up, pulldown
  • Common mistakes of lurching shoulder & flexing of spine during pulling

Bend

  • Great exercise for strengthening posterior chain
  • Deadlift
  • Address flexion related lower back pain when done correctly

Pull Posterior or Horizontal

  •  Build upper back strength
  • Bend over row, seated row
  • Common mistakes of lurching shoulder & flexing of spine during pulling

Twist

  • Improve dynamic core strength & stability
  • Rotation exercise in all positions
  • Common mistakes of too much spine flexion which will cause lower back pain

3 Movement Planes

Sagittal

  • The most overused movement plane in human life
  • Running, cycling, rowing, cross trainer, swimming, etc.
  • Potential of sports injury if training only in this plane

Frontal

  • An underutilized movement plane especially for lower limbs
  • Roller blading, wake boarding, snow boarding, fencing
  • Important movement plane for treating upper limb & lower limb dysfunction

Transverse

  • An important movement plane that can generate lots of power
  • Boxing, martial arts, tennis, golf, bowling, baseball, etc.
  • Important movement plane to improve thoracic spine mobility

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