As you all may already know, I’m a personal trainer part-time (in addition to my tech job) meaning I see all sorts of back issues, spinal misalignments, and neck pain that prevents people from working out. It is extremely common and it is my job to help people out with these issues through proactive back strengthening exercises and the occasional chiropractic adjustment.
Now, I personally suffer from back pain very often and it can be a very difficult problem. It persists throughout the day and is debilitating to proper training and keeps me from fully showing people how to workout properly. But what I have noticed is that a chiropractor visit can really do the trick to saving your back.
Why Chiropractors Save My Clients
Simply put, I have noticed that I see the biggest improvement in my training clients that have the best back health. It is my job to assess a client as soon as they come to me and a back pain assessment is part of that process.
I rate them on a scale of one to ten and the people closest to a ten can do these things that lead to better results:
- They can do more of the workouts I show them
- They can be more flexible
- They recover faster
- They have more energy during workouts
It’s for these reasons that I really recommend to my clients that they visit a good local chiropractor before they come to me so that we can get more done during our training sessions.
A Compilation Of Some Crazy Chiropractor Adjustments!
Will I Become A Chiropractor?
Knowing that curing joint and back pain is so important I began to do some research into becoming a chiropractor myself since my part-time job consists so much of that.
Apparently, you don’t need to go to medical school to become one but I’m going to keep that idea on the sideline until I have more time.
My hands will be full with this blog, my it job, and other concerns I think I’m going to stay a personal trainer!
Anyway, next post will be in a little my peeps and after that we might even do a webinar together. Make sure you snag my 30-day guide while you can and I’ll see you later!