Corrective Exercise helps to rehabilitate after injuries
Pilates, gyrotonic and gyrokenesis correct body imbalance and physical asymetries.
Most exercise classes help you to tone, lose weight and strengthen but there are additional physical and therapeutic benefits from other exercise modalities called “corrective exercise". Certain modalities such as gytotonic, gyrokinesis and Pilates provide toning and strengthening benefits, according to the International Council of Exercise.
In addition to these aesthetic results, they also can offer physical rehabilitation benefits and are often recommended by the Council of Physical Therapists as well as fitness instructors after injury or muscle imbalance issues have been addressed in physical therapists.
Corrective exercise is another term for these kinds of prescriptive movement based therapies that focus on foundational movements inherent to all fitness exercises which are adaptable to all body types, fitness levels. They create rhythm, repetition and flow to create gentle, gradual changes on a structural level for safe exercise after injury.
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