At the gym 5 times a week. Keeping his diet in check James was starting to see changes in his physique. But this was when he started to notice that visibly he looked a bit wonky(his words not mine).

So James came for a Biomechanics assessment.

Here is James before and after his assessement, photo’s taken less than one hour apart. All that happened in between was one simple release(see below).

images before and after release within a 1 hour assessment session

During James’ assessment, we noticed he had less movement in his left hip. He also noticed when he did a side bend to the left he felt tight on his right side.

Here is the link to the exercise that helped James, with the tightness he was feeling in his back and also visibly.

Improving your intrinsic biomechanics, can improve mobility/flexibility, highlight asymmetries, get your muscles working to their full capacity, which often results in improved sporting performance, and can also get rid of unexplained discomfort.

For James improving his Intrinsic Biomechanics(think joints, muscles, nerves), improved his Extrinisic Biomechanics(what you see visually).

If you are interested to learn how your body moves or want to improve restrictions call 07941 379 359 or fill in the online form for a chat.

About One Body Coach

Tracy Swindell is a former GB international marathon runner who has trained and competed in a number of sports from a young age. She is passionate about helping people reach their potential and is a strong believer in empowering her clients to understand and care for their own bodies.

Always updating her skills to get the best possible results for her clients, Tracy’s extensive studying covers coaching and movement-based qualifications including intrinsic biomechanics, anatomy in motion, pilates and yoga.

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