If you’re wanting to join a gym, make sure you get a program that is tailored not only to what you want, but also to what your body needs.
By getting a Movement Screening done, it’s possible to predict risk on injury. A logical step from there on is to spend some time on corrective exercise to make sure you’re balanced, healthy and prepared to go all out in the gym

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During a Movement Assessment, the trainer will look at all the main weight-bearing joints to see if there are any imbalances.

After pointing out the weaknesses and discussing them with the client, a corrective exercise program will be set up.

This approach makes sure the client is aware of any weak spots before jumping into a rigorous exercise program and teaches him/her what needs to be done to restore balance.


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