How many times have you heard the Latin phrase “mens sana in corpore sana”?
Mental and physical health go hand in hand, and while we often separate the two, they really go hand in hand: poor physical health can increase the risk of developing mental health problems, just as poor mental health can negatively affect physical health and increase the risk of various conditions. According to the Mental Health Foundation (MHF)
Disciplines such as sports physiotherapy help athletes, both amateurs and professionals, to improve performance and prevent injuries.
First, an in-depth analysis of each person is carried out through personal interviews and conversations; Afterwards, an exercise routine is designed tailored to your personal circumstances and goals, and finally, the results are analyzed weekly to make any necessary adjustments.
And it is that communication between the athlete and the coach is essential throughout the process so that the training gives its maximum results.
The result is an individualized training plan for each person, adapted to their goals and circumstances, regardless of age, gender, level or objectives, and that will allow them to perform at 100%.