Pain control & Injury Prevention
At FP Melbourne we are dedicated to correcting muscle imbalances that cause pain, injury and movement limitations. Very often, people are unaware of the imbalances that lead to daily pain.
We can help you start to understand the different imbalances that cause pain, with this knowledge you acquire the tools to help get you out of pain. The prescription of Self myofascial release along with one-on-one sessions is the remedy to many issues and can help you live pain free and have a
better quality of life.
Once your muscles have been balanced and your body can redistribute the tensions in a better fashion (this is when the big muscle groups work together to distribute load and the forces of gravity, rather than the joints) your chances of injury are greatly reduced.
Want to find out more?
Not necessarily, mostly you just a keen interest in fixing your body. The ten week online course is a good precursor to the training as it makes the fundamentals more digestible and creates a base of knowledge and terminology that will be learned in the training.
It took many years and a lot of stimulus to get your body to this point. Much of that stimulus
being of the incorrect kind as related to human biology, creating muscle and joint imbalances.
Reversing these imbalances and instilling new patterns can take some time which is different for
everyone depending on your situation.
Losing or gaining weight are both governed by many factors. Genetics, work/life balance,
environment, stress response, your sleep cycle and your training regime. At FP we promote optimisation of all of these things coupled with biomechanics to lose weight.
Yes, once the foundational work has been honed in and your body is responding well,you
can undertake the FP style bodybuilding. The premise is always joint decompression and
functionality at every level, so the movements will look different to a traditional body
building routine. Get gains without the pains!
Yes. The First and foremost we look to get to the route of your biomechanical dysfunctions.
When the exercises performed respect the patterns and sequences found in running,
throwing and walking the outcome is functionality without the pains and strains.