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Dominic Fisher Back Mobility Video 1

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Dominic Fisher
Name: Dominic Fisher
Category: Health
Search: Beg, Injury Fit, Back, 10 Min

Bio

Dominic arrived in the UK in April 2001 and has spent the last 8 years working in private practices and hospitals in the London area. As a keen sports man himself his interest lead him to want to work with sports injuries and Dominic is currently in his third year of a Master's degree in Sports Physiotherapy.

He has an interest in the management of musculoskeletal injuries in the active population but also in more specialist areas of sport and is a team physiotherapist for a football club on a part-time basis. His ambition is to work in the professional sport arena full-time, so what better place to demonstrate his talents than here at Thinq Fitness. He observes that the competitive spirit seems just as ardent in the professional athlete as it is in the weekend athlete making his work in the active population just as challenging and rewarding.

  • Dominic's tips

    * Ensure you rest your muscles in-between work outs
    * Always take your Physiotherapists advice!!
    * Cross train to develop overall fitness and reduce the risk of injury

Description


Join Dominic in his series of injury prevention exercises aimed at promoting Healthy Backs. Our overall health can be complicated quite quickly by back injuries. Back injuries are extremely common especially amount those who have poor core strength and are in jobs requiring lifting or carrying.

Unfortunately if you have recently had an injury then you will need to have fully recovered before undertaking these simple exercises. These exercises are a simple and effective way to help reduce your risk of further injury by teaching correct technique and posture. With a more thorough understanding of our bodies, the responsibility to be fit and within a sensible weight range makes sense, as it literally saves us from unnecessary illnesses and injuries

Comments


  • Lucy Case

    Lucy Case

    Hey Josh, How are you? Thank you for writing in. Initially do the reps and sets Dom suggests as a beginner, and then build up your sets and reps or resistance as you feel yourself getting stronger. Once you have reached a level which is helping you to feel stronger then aim to do these exercises about twice a week as a maintenance aspect of your overall training. This way you will hopefully remain injury free whilst you enjoy getting overall totally fit. Lucy

    13 June 2009 09:06