Maximizing Your CrossFit Routine

To get the most out of each rep, set, and workout, we need to work efficiently, using proper form to prevent injury. We seem to be laser focused on the form of our reps, but forget to consider our underlying structure, and what can be done to improve it, for higher performance and lower injury rate.

Did you know, there is a normal range for spinal structure? If your structure is within the normal range, you have the best potential to perform at your competitive best. If the internal mechanics of your frame, spine and pelvis are off, this not only weakens your body, but increases the risk for abnormal wear of your joints and increases the likelihood of injury.

There is one safe, gold-standard for measuring body frame mechanics: standing radiographic studies. When taken and marked correctly by a biomechanical expert, these x-rays can not only assess premature degeneration, but can help a biomechanical expert to design a structural improvement protocol to slow or stop the degeneration. This will help you enjoy Less Pain, More Gain, both in and out of the gym.

Working with Complete Spine Solutions can help you get more out of your workout. Would you like to:

  • Improve reaction time?
  • Restore muscle range of motion?
  • Decrease pain and recovery time?
  • Increase the amount of weight lifted and reps performed?
  • Achieve greater symmetry in muscle build and performance?
  • Heal from current injuries and prevent future ones?

Our detailed analysis can be the key to unlocking your fitness and health potential. Call for a FREE, no obligation, phone consultation today: (404) POSTURE.


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