What is Fascia Fitness?

In a Mid-Year Slump? Now is the Time to Recommit to Your Wellness Goals

We have reached the mid-point of the year, and for many of us, resolutions have long been forgotten. Despite your best intentions, you let those hopes of better health and wellness fall by the wayside. However, even if you aren’t happy with your progress, it’s never too late to recommit to your goals, even if you just make small steps and changes along the way. However, you should also be prepared for challenges. If you have been out of the fitness game for a while, or were never really there in the first place, a new exercise regimen can take a toll on your body. Even mild programs can cause issues if your body is not used to being active, but you can help combat issues so that you see the real progress you need for your personal wellness.

Some problems those new to a fitness program face are form, flexibility, and soreness that prevents continuity. While practice and stretching can help, you should also look into a fascial fitness trainer. Your fascia is the connective tissue that runs throughout your body, and problems with your fascia affect your posture, flexibility, athletic performance, and recovery. Your fascial fitness practitioner will help correct any aberrations in your fascial tissue, as well as provide bodywork therapies that will help bring your body back into alignment and restore vitality to your movements. Fascia and sports medicine are inherently linked, which is why a focus on your fascial fitness can help you achieve your performance and wellness goals.

In the greater Los Angeles area, Certified Advanced Rolfer® Bob Alonzi helps people of all ages and fitness levels achieve their wellness goals.

As you recommit to your fitness journey, he can help you feel your best and ensure that your body is able to move and work at its very best. To learn more about fascial fitness or to schedule a consultation, contact his office today at 310-451-3250!

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