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Functional Personalised Training Program

In the process of regaining movement, it is important to establish the ability to move in the directions that are limited, unless there are surgical procedures, structural anomalies, or diseases that prevent such movement. This is the first step in the Active Performance system. Once the movement pattern is established, the client is given the task of developing repetitions, time under tension, rest times, and sets to increase the endurance of the muscle and its neural pathway, also known as muscle memory.

As the client progresses through the program, they should start experiencing an ease of movement and improvements in muscle endurance, which can help correct any muscular imbalances. Testing, benchmarking, and recording the client's initial abilities from pain to optimal strength are important to have measurable results for tracking progress.

If the client is an athlete, whether novice or elite, a strength program tailored to their specific sport can be provided. However, it is important to also revisit and address any structural imbalances created by the demands of the sport to prevent recurrence of muscle imbalances.

It's worth noting that the Active Performance system takes into consideration individual needs and goals, and the program is customized accordingly. Working with qualified practitioners who have expertise in this system can ensure safe and effective implementation of the program. As with any exercise or rehabilitation program, it's important to consult with a qualified healthcare provider to determine the most appropriate approach for an individual's specific condition and needs


  • Better understanding of self

  • Increased motor control

  • Decreased instability

  • Increased strength

  • Increased agility

  • Improved flexibility

  • Increased speed

  • Increased Endurance

  • Increased muscle mass / density

  • Weight loss

  • Improved sleep

  • Decreased Brain fog

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