#1 Guide For Personal Training For People With Back Injuries

The muscles of your lower back are responsible for movement, postural control and support. They work alongside your bones and ligaments to allow for functional movements and keep you upright throughout the day. When these lower back muscles are sustained in an awkward position, experience an unexpected movement or are overexerted they can tighten, whichContinue reading “#1 Guide For Personal Training For People With Back Injuries”

How to Find the Right Personal Trainer When you Have an Injury

Exercising when you have an injury can be hard to get right. Often you may find that your normal gym program is making your pain worse and that you may need to stop training all together to heal. We recommend first speaking to an Exercise Physiologist about your injury and your training goals before givingContinue reading “How to Find the Right Personal Trainer When you Have an Injury”

7 Exercises to Help When Personal Training a Client With Back Pain

The muscles of your lower back are responsible for movement, postural control and support. They work alongside your bones and ligaments to allow for functional movements and keep you upright throughout the day. When these lower back muscles are sustained in an awkward position, experience an unexpected movement or are overexerted they can become irritatedContinue reading “7 Exercises to Help When Personal Training a Client With Back Pain”

#1 Guide to Personal Training Clients with Chronic Shoulder Bursitis Injuries

What is Shoulder Bursitis? Shoulder Bursitis refers to the inflammation of the bursa, a fluid-filled sac placed between the bones in joints. The bursa has the role of providing shock absorption at the joints and ensuring the bones pass smoothly over one another during movements. Bursitis is a repetitive strain injury, meaning it is anContinue reading “#1 Guide to Personal Training Clients with Chronic Shoulder Bursitis Injuries”