Whether you are a weekend warrior athlete or are devoted to a daily fitness regimen, you depend on your body to function at peak performance so that you get the most out of your workouts. Our increasingly health-conscious society offers a plethora of fitness options, and whether you are looking to boost your marathon time or simply improve golf flexibility, you want to make sure that your body is functioning in the most ideal, healthy way. When considering your wellness regimens, you should never discount your vast network of connective tissue, and how it contributes to your overall fitness level.
Your connective tissue is an often overlooked system that we sometimes take for granted. Do you know what is keeping your muscles working in harmony so that you can nail your grueling Cross Fit Fitness routine? If you are a gymnast, what you do think helps give you that flexibility and keep all of your musculoskeletal system functioning at top gymnastic fitness? Your vast network of connective tissue keeps your body in alignment. It holds together your muscles and bones, and as with any of your body’s systems, it needs careful maintenance. If problems with your connective tissue are pulling your body out of alignment, then you cannot perform at your best.
The process of Rolfing™ is an essential to keeping your network of connective tissue functioning and in alignment. Rolfing provides targeted treatments to resolve problems within this system, including correcting tissue that has become thickened and fibrous. Also known as structural integration bodywork, Rolfing has been used by Olympic athletes, golfers and those in the martial arts fitness professions, and its holistic approach to physical well-being has made it a popular addition to many athletes’ fitness regimens.
As a Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Bob Alonzi has been providing comprehensive Rolfing services to the Los Angeles area for over 25 years. Whether you simply want to regain flexibility, or want to take your athletic performance to the next level, he is ready to help you get your body performing at its best. To learn more about how Bob can help you, contact his office for more information and to set up an appointment today.