Pelvic floor dysfunction involves the inability to control muscles of your pelvic floor. Because your pelvic floor supports internal organs such as your bladder, rectum, and uterus or prostate, it’s…Read More
Personal Training For Chiropractic Care
So many ask about weight loss, what exercises are best and the manner they may be used to accomplish them properly. Having an exercise coach for personal training and fitness can really make a difference. This chiropractor’s office is proud to have relationships with gyms and individual trainers in the area and wish to offer them below. Just click on their name!
Waldos Fitness: Eric Walden
Trainer Bob: Robert Fields
Fitness Trainers: Caleb Swartz
Weight Loss: Jana Foster
Functional Training: Tyler Miller
Nutritional Consulting: Brittany Miller, RD
Benefits of Working With a Fitness Trainer
Whether you participated in a regular fitness program before or would like to get in the habit of working out to coincide with chiropractic care, it’s essential that you know the correct movements and form. Working with a trainer, they will be able to show you the proper way to perform back pain exercises and other movements that won’t have negative effects on your body.
With the guidance of a trainer, you can focus on exercises that will target problem areas. If your body would benefit from stronger core, back, leg, or shoulder muscles, they can teach you these exercises and help maintain a schedule that will reap the biggest benefits. Fitness training can help fill in the gaps between rehabilitation and building your body’s strength.
With personalized workouts, you will more likely see results than if you work out alone. A personal trainer will help you choose exercises that are enjoyable as well as challenging. It can be hard to challenge ourselves and see desirable results. But with help and guidance, you can experience dynamic workouts that will make sure you are achieving your goals.