POWER - AGILITY - BALANCE

 

When it comes to Boardsports our feet are what connect us to the board. Most of us dont give much thought to how much of a role our feet play . 

When our feet are not functioning efficiently it can cause aches and pains in our feet, ankles, kneesand hips. We increase the risk of injury which will mean less time on the board. It can also make you feel like a bit of a kook. I have found that busy white collar businessmen and women who surf or participate in boardsports face 3 recurring problems that i see over and over again that can not only cause you physical pain which means missed surf sessions but also means reduced confidence and reduced fitness once you finally get back in the water. 

 

  • They lack mobility - in our modern world people are sitting more and more and are wearing shoes that over time limit the flexibility or our muscles and joints.

  •     They lack stability which means the muscles that help stabilise you have become weak 

  •    Their joints  are out of alignment causing increased wear and tear on joints and muscles placing you at higher risk of chronic aches and pains or from suffering an injury.

 

This leaves you feeling old and like you aren't able to surf like you used to.

You might feel like you are becoming less confident and concernded more with getting injured. You may also be feeling disconnected to your board and stiff through cut backs . 

 

At corrimal podiatry We solve this by:

  • treating any mobility issues whilst teaching you how to maintain your mobility for life.

  •  we get you activating the weak stabilising muscles that have turned off due to poor biomechanics and from compensatory movement patterns.

  • we teach you how to improve your posture naturally from the ground up to get you moving more efficiently whilst creating more power. essentially leaving you feeling like you are 20 again and ripping.

 

 

 

COMING SOON - RECONNECTING YOU TO THE BOARD

 

A HALF DAY WORKSHOP FOR GETTING YOU OUT OF THE BOARD ROOM AND BACK TO RIPPING ON YOUR SURFBOARD