LPR Programming Examples

LPR Recovery Sessions are highly motivating and rewarding, especially as they require little effort to perform. The challenge is the expenses required to purchase equipment that would allow you to conduct many LPR strategies. The future gym will have these tools available to their clientele.  LPR Recovery Days are very useful for clients who are […]

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LPR Recovery Day

This lesson reviews the various Practitioner-led LPR modalities along with useful at-home tools or methods. […]

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E-Stim

E-stim uses electrical pulses to mimic the action of signals coming from neurons. These mild electrical currents target either muscles or nerves and come in a variety of different wavelengths. The stimulation creates a muscle contraction which promotes local circulation of fluid and may inhibit local pain receptors making it a useful recovery tool. […]

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Self-Acupressure

Self-Acupressure is an evidence-led technique that involves applying physical pressure to specific pressure points in the body, typically along various meridians in the body to help relieve tension or from an ancient Chinese perspective to free up chi. […]

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Partner-Assisted Stretching

While traditional stretching is performed actively, we can gain the benefits in a more passive manner by using partner-assisted stretching. Be sure you are qualified for hands-on coaching in your region and to get certified in partner-assisted stretching. […]

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Passive Vibration and Percussion

Vibration and percussion have become quite popular in the past 5 years with numerous devices that can be used to implement this local passive recovery strategy. Local hydration and circulation may improve along with an increase in parasympathetic tone as a result of using these recovery techniques. […]

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Earthing (Grounding)

Earthing or Grounding refers to contact with the Earth’s surface electrons by walking barefoot outside or sitting, working, or sleeping indoors connected to conductive systems, some of them patented, that transfer the energy from the ground into the body. It is also well established that electrons from antioxidant molecules neutralize reactive oxygen species (ROS, or in […]

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Circulation for Recovery

Mobilizing the fluids of the body (blood, lymph, water) is imperative to combat the many fatigue factors related to exercise. While we typically perform circulation based recovery strategies Actively, performing them Passively allows us to increase parasympathetic tone to gain true recovery benefits. Whether it’s a practitioner-led modality or we use a device such to […]

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