You want answers. The biggest Q - Can you help me?
Why has this happened?
Why am I in Pain?
What can I do to fix it?
Can you fix it?
Do you know what the issue is?
How long will it take?
What should I avoid?
How long will this last?
Am I gonna have this forever?
Will it happen again?
And the list goes on... But in general you really only want to know straight off -
Can you help me?
The variable are huge... for example.. 💡Do we know what the issue is and how to approach it (identify the problem an what to do about it)
💡At what stage of injury or healing are you ( will it get worse or is it irritable)
💡 Are you displaying the expected response ( is it responding to what we do as we'd expect or do we need to change our plan)
💡 Do you listen ( are you following our plan!)
💡 Are you invested in our plan ( do you believe and value what we say)
💡 Do you buy into the why ( do you understand what has happened and what impact YOUR actions can have)
💡 Are you an active participant ( do you believe you can effect a change or are you relying on us)
The why is what governs the how.
We get heaps of clients that say - I have pain. I know my posture is bad.
When asked what they are doing about it - they say nothing.
They haven't been given any exercises, they know they need to change their posture cos its "bad" but they have never been given the why its 'bad' or how to fix it.
One size doesn't fit all.
Management is individual.There is no cookie cutter solution.
So what is your issue?
Do you know and understand your why?
If not you wont' know and understand the how.
And you will not get the results you want.
ASK the questions. Get your why. Get your how.
It's you body and its the only one you get.
Don't settle for less.
We look for the why so we can give you the how.
All filters tried ✅
But it came down to the bare truth, this is today’s look ... after a good training and not enough quality sleep. But I love to feel that I am enjoying training and the changes in the quality of life in general. .
Having #sjögrens an autoimmune disease is many things, one of them being lack of energy [read: often none] but the best way to regain and recharge is still exercise, same goes for all of us. It’s all about figuring out how much/how hard/how often fits you, and then push a little💥 .
So this is me post training, you can’t see how happy and relaxed I am, sweating, good training and a good audio book, great mix. .
I don’t want to go to school. I don’t want to have to face everyone and put on an act. I don’t wanna pretend i’m happy. I don’t wanna be here. I just want everything to go back in time so i can make it okay again. I don’t want to be laying here with tears streaming down my face whilst i think up of ways how to tell my mum it’s getting bad again and i need to go back to hospital without hurting her without having to see her cry because of me again. I cant breathe anymore without wishing all the pain would go away. I honestly hate it here.