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I became a personal trainer because I know what it’s like to be at the beginning. I was the little kid who needed to go to the nurse’s office to take her inhaler before PE. I was the kid who couldn’t run the mile fast enough to meet the standard. I dabbled in sports in high school (swimming and water polo) mostly to avoid PE class and quit as soon as athletics weren’t required any more (before my junior year). I took such poor care of my body in college that I had a host of medical problems including high blood pressure and hormone imbalances. I was told that unless I got my health under control, I probably wouldn’t be able to have children. A week later, I graduated from college. I remember seeing a picture of myself at my graduation and I broke down and cried. I honestly didn’t recognize myself. At this time when I was supposed to be leaping into the next exciting chapter of my life, I wanted to hide. I know what it’s like to be there. I was so uncomfortable. I opted out of awesome experiences because I wasn’t sure my body could take it. I felt and looked sick and tired. The worst part was that I didn’t know how to fix it. I didn’t know where to start. With time, the help of an amazing trainer, the support of my family, and a whole lot of trusting the process even when I wasn’t sure of the outcome, I fixed my health. Through that process, I learned to trust my body, trust my strength, and really started to appreciate my body for what it could do. I’ve gone on crazy hiking adventures, had two babies, ran half marathons, enjoyed amazing vacations and can bust out 15 good push ups on demand. It sounds cliche, but it’s so true: Your body is your vessel for experiencing your life. That’s why I became I trainer. Because feeling strong and capable and getting to a place where I trust my body changed my life and I want that for you too. 0 ♡ 1 ✍ March 21

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🚫TRIGGER POINTS ---------------------------------------------------- ✔O cérebro controla todos os movimentos do corpo através dos músculos. Portanto, deve-se observar que alterações no tônus muscular são respostas reflexas neurológicas típicas à irritação dos nervos espinhais, articulações, discos, músculos ou ligamentos (Mense e Simons, 2001; Simons, 1996). ---------------------------------------------------- ✔TRIGGER POINT é um pequeno nódulo que podemos encontrar nas fáscias, músculos ou tendões que estão irritados. A irritação gera tensão nessa pequena região, fazendo com que a musculatura fique tensionada. ------------------------------------------------------ ✔Esses pontos “atacam” principalmente a musculatura tônica (Postural), mas até mesmos músculos fásicos estão propensos (Jull e Janda, 1987) ----------------------------------------------------- ✔A perturbação do equilíbrio do sistema tônico-fásico ou desequilíbrio muscular frequentemente se manifesta como lesões dolorosas na forma de TRIGGER POINTS, que poderá ser localiza ou irradiada para outra região... ------------------------------------------------------- ✔"Liberar" um TRIGGER POINT é fundamental pra o melhor desempemso do seu programa de treinamento, seja ele voltado para objetivos estéticos ou profiláticos... ------------------------------------------------------- #GAZOLAPERSONAL #personaltrainer #indaiatuba #fisioterapia #fisio #doutor #doctor #physicaltherapy #tecnologia#tecnology #treino #educacaofisica #medicina #anatomia #kinesiologia#muscle #musculos #crossfit #academia #inspiration #dieta #embu#fitnes #campinas #treinofuncional #medicinachinesa #acupuntura #biomecanica #cinesiologia 0 ♡ 0 ✍ March 21