“Nothing is predestined: The obstacles of your past can become the gateways that lead to new beginnings”
If you know that your body does not have any serious illnesses or injuries and as far as you’re concerned you are in good health, but still you suffer from excessive exhaustion, aches & pains or bad posture; Then take the following quick questionnaire and read on to find a possible and simple solution:
|Do you have any annoying aches/pains within your body?|
|Do you constantly have to put up with regular back ache?|
|Do you regularly suffer from tense neck muscles?|
|Do you feel overly exhausted at the end of a working day?|
|Are you aware of or have people commented on your bad posture?|
|Do you regularly get shooting pain that radiates down the limbs?|
|Do you suffer from migraines or headaches on a regular basis?|
If you have answered YES to 1 or 2 of the above questions, then your muscles are probably out of alignment due to overuse of certain muscle groups within your body and under use of opposing muscle groups. This is primarily due to your bodies everyday activities and will be starting to effect how your body functions on an everyday basis. If you have answered YES to more than 2 questions then there is a good chance that your bodily alignment is seriously affecting your everyday quality of life. This is not a definite analysis, but from my experience as a functional trainer, this is quite often the case. Let me give you some examples:
|Everyday Problem||Physical Analysis||Solution|
|Rounded up back?
Often results in neck pain and the appearance of a saggy chest.
|Usually: Tight chest, neck and large muscles of the back. Also, weak upper back and rear shoulder muscles.||Lengthen tight muscles, Strengthen weak muscles = Better posture and less pain throughout everyday life.|
|Achy lower back equally on both sides at the end of an average day.||Usually Poor synergy within the core stability muscles; Which form your abdominals, back and buttocks.||Train all 3 muscle groups to work equally and in a balanced manner; so not to overuse 1 muscle group, which results in everyday pain.|
Faye’s related qualifications are as follows:
IIST Diploma in Clinical Sports Therapy
IIST Management of Sports Injuries
NVQ Level 4 Management of lower Back Pain
Master Trainer in Correctional Exercise
MBF – Movement Based Flexibility
RMT – Resisted Movement Training
OCR/RSA – Fitness Instructor
YMCA – Advanced Fitness Instructor
Lifetime – Personal Trainer
Lifetime – Nutrition & Sports Nutrition
Freestyle Fitness Yoga
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Faye believes each body requires a minimum input of a particular essential fitness ingredient, be it: a cleaner diet, clearer mindset, better scheduled training sessions, more relaxation, some functional training or just a general lifestyle tweak or two.