The Rehab/Training Chef

The Rehab/Training Chef

 Have you ever gone to a reputable restaurant and had a fantastic meal and try to reproduce it on your own? Maybe the creme brûlée was perfect and you get the chef's recipe and when you make it on your own at home it's good--sometimes very good--but not quite the same. I liken quality rehab and training sessions to be similar. Clients will often tell me that "the exercises you have me doing at home work really well, but I always leave here feeling that much better". Usually it's a pinch of this cue or a teaspoon of that movement correction that makes the difference afterwards.  I share as much detail as I can for success but there is also the piece of making your skills "value-added" and worth their time, energy and expense. I tell them I'm not really holding out on them with information, but that I also have accumulated knowledge over the years which I can tap into for the variable presentations and compensations I see throughout my day. 

Be a Rehab/Training Chef. Make the visits your clients have with you  worth going out of their way to attend....

The Tri-Planar Extension Activity (T-PEA)

The Tri-Planar Extension Activity (T-PEA)

"Bad" Exercises Made Good?

"Bad" Exercises Made Good?

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