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Individual corrective training

Individual Corrective Training is a personalized training program designed specifically to correct imbalances, impairments or slowed progress in a person’s physical fitness. It is based on a person’s individual needs, goals and physical limitations and can be provided by a fitness instructor, trainer or physical therapist.

How does individual corrective training work?

  • Evaluation and Planning:
    Prior to the start of the program, an assessment of the individual’s fitness, health and specific goals is performed. Based on this, a personalized workout plan is created.
  • Individual approach:
    The program is built according to the specific needs of the person – be it for posture correction, improvement of certain muscle groups, recovery after injury, etc.

What does individual corrective training include?

  1. Posture correction exercises: these can be exercises aimed at improving posture or correcting muscle imbalances that may lead to poor posture.
  2. Functional exercises for muscles and joints:
    Appropriate exercises that improve muscle symmetry, balance and mobility of the body.
  3. Focus on specific problem areas:
    Training can be oriented to affected areas where the person experiences imbalance or disability.

Important aspects:

  • Professional advice and guidance:
    It is important that individual corrective training is carried out under the guidance of a professional instructor or trainer, especially if there are previous health problems or injuries.
  • Controlled and gradual progress:
    The training programme should be planned in a way that allows controlled and gradual progress, ensuring optimal results and minimising the risk of re-injury.

It is always a good idea to consult a professional trainer or physiotherapist to ensure that the exercises are suitable for your physical condition and goals.

This is how we ensure that your safety and health come first. For more questions and additional information, contact one of our therapists for a consultation.