Do you push yourself hard in training? Perhaps you know of someone struggling with pain? Or maybe you are fighting with what seems to be inflexibility? Foam rolling, banding, and stretching do not seem to affect any real change. SMART therapy by Complete Health Fitness (CHF) can help improve your range of motion and encourage quicker recovery.
The CrossFit Open is just around the corner. Do you want to see if you can outperform yourself and get a couple new PR’s? Achieve and Conquer. Why not do all that you can to help set yourself up for success?
SMART therapy by Complete Health Fitness (CHF) has proven results and given many athletes relief and improved flexibility, function and structure. Nagging injuries and over-training can hinder and hold you back from achieving your full potential.
Do you have a stiff joint? CHF can help decompress the joint. Are you experiencing pain in the Arm, Shoulder, Neck or Back? CHF can help decrease pain. Is a sore achy hip affecting your Squat? CHF can help improve performance and decrease recovery time.
What are your Goals? Let’s work together to meet those goals!
The SMART acronym, Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, and Timely.
S = Specific
A = Attainable/Achievable
R = Realistic
T = Time Bound
Realistically, many things improve and resolve after just 5 or 6 visits. Note: age of individual; activity level; age of injury; all come into play as well.
Please do not let pain or inflexibility linger on for weeks, months, years, or decades. If left alone, things do not typically get better; actually they tend to get progressively worse. It is important to stay alert, pay attention to your body and invest in regular manual therapy. It will help keep you moving well and your lymphatic system flowing optimally.
We hope you will consider giving Complete Health Fitness (CHF) a call. We would be happy to provide therapy to you and assist you.
MASSAGE Magazine, by Vicki Mechner
Issue # 106 (Nov/Dec 2003) pp. 102-107
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Mercury News, by Mark Emmons
No Pain No Gain Kid
Sports Illustrated, by Jill Lieber
November 28, 1988
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New York Times, by Thomas George
October 11, 1988