INSPIRING To UNDERSTAND - REHAB - PREVENT & PROGRESS
I honestly admire people suffering from motion apparatus who decide to start a physical activity program. They mostly realise themselves how great and with no pain their bodies had worked while performing their favourite physical activity programs before. Unfortunately when they try to start those occupation again after longer passive physical approach because of some musculoskeletal issues (for example an injury or increased weight) not rarely following situations happen:
they stop exercising after first attempt because they want to accomplish too much at once thinking that they will be able to work out as easy as before. (The former level of exercise is still unmanageable at this stage or/and the step by step sequences of the individual progression in the exercise program were skipped)
they do not continue with their routine because their condition does not improve immediatelly and they do not feel much better straight after few early training sessions even if their level of exercise is bearable. (Not enough willpower or/and persistence)
they feel pain or discomfort when practicing (Tight and Restricted Musculature Release and Proper Motion and Motor Control Restoration at gradual approprate individual levels should be done first before trying to Retrain Regional Musculature)
they perform appropriate exercises, but not with the right technique, which can lead to worsening of the condition
Well, what should clients consider when they think about any new challenging physical activity? Firstly, they should see a health care professional who:
is able to discuss with the client his or her current magnetic resonance description (MRI) or the x-ray of the problematic part of the client's body. This step should be a matter of course before starting any body work or movement activity. However, many skilled therapists&trainers succesfully help their clients to recover from their musculoskeletal difficulties via body work and exercises even if the client does not provide them with actual MRI or x-ray. Experienced physio therapists&trainers do so by consideration of the individual pain treshold of the client´s problematic tissues exposed to pressure (if the client is not influenced by medicaments while analysis), range of movement (ROM), respectively by scientific deduction of the proper physio analysis evaluation.
provides the client with all the information related to his or her musculoskeletal condition and gives him or her the whole picture of his or her rehabilitation procedures, prevention strategies and overall performing process.
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how to reduce overloaded joints and tissues
First, I will provide you with some translations and definitions of some musculoskeletal disorders with the links to a training that is great to help with that. Then I will give you my personal suggestions in case you decide to decrease weight and feel better through a physical activity you may have already heard about. By the way Maria Benčatová from Slovakia - a great Nordic Walking insturtor, who became my first Nordic Walking Trainer was so great and motivational while correcting my technique (''movement technical shortcommings'') that it gave me the impulse to let you explore this amazing sport.
More and more people nowadays suffer from a painful condition caused by changes in certain chemicals in the brain and the nervous system, in which patients feel sensations only in some parts of the body (so called Fibromyalgia). The pain is manifested especially in the muscles of fibrous tissues such as tendons and ligaments. In other words, this chronic disorder is characterized by widespread musculoskeletal pain, fatigue, and tenderness in localized areas and diseaadversely affects the quality of life. Nordic walking activates the muscles, extends the upper half of the body and helps patients' stability.
Osteoporosis is a medical condition in which the bones become brittle and fragile from loss of tissue, typically as a result of hormonal changes, or deficiency of calcium or vitamin D. Nordic walking is a prevention of bone mass reduction and bone microarchitecture disorders, which causes them to weaken and make them more fragile. Regular movement and punch strokes relieve and restore mechanical irritation through muscle tendons. Dr. Pusch, a professor at the University of Graz, Austria, conducted a study in 2009 (not yet published) to determine the effects of Nordic walking for women with osteoporosis. Regular walking with walking sticks increased the density of the calf bones and the density of the bones of the spine. Dr. Pusch came to the conclusion that nordic walking is a valuable part of prevention and treatment of osteoporosis.
Arthritis and arthritis are different diseases affecting the joints, but their manifestations are overlapping and, ultimately, they manifest themselves equally. Arthrosis arises from excessive joint load, and arthritis is an inflammatory disease of the joints, tendons and muscles. Nordic walking improves the overall way of walking and one learns to walk in control. The muscles around the joints work with greater intensity and strength, the joint stabilizes, gains more flexibility and relieves the burden.
What I find important is that each person who is willing to help solving his or her musculoskeletal conditions through Nordic Walking should consider to see a professional Nordic Walking Trainer who:
is qualified (certified) NW trainer
provides the clients with clear understanding
gives clients appropriate instructions
starts the Nordic Walking Training with gradual warm up exercises
does not leave his/her clients without performing corrective stretching in the end of a Nordic Walking session.