Sports

Perfomance Phyx: Power, Speed, Consistency, Endurance

Body Phyx moves the pain away

The Essential Elements of an Extreme Exercise Program are:

Resolve Pain, Improve Performance, Endurance and Power

It is not always about the muscles and bones. The nervous system has to be able to "glide and slide" to accomodate movement. A nerve with a compromised ability to "glide and slide" with movement is called an entrapped nerve. An entrapped nerve is a significant cause of pain in the back, shoulder, elbow, wrist, hip, IT band, knee, shin, ankle, heel and foot. Nerve entrapments are caused by repetitive compression, scar tissue, contusion, surgical incisions and stretches can cause a nerve entrapment. Body Phyx performs scientifically proven passive exercise to restore a nerve's ability to "glide and slide" with movement. The movement illustrated here.

Nerves glide and slide to allow painless movement

Body Phyx moves the pain away

  • Body Phyx™ restores the natural curves of the spine allowing it to rotate, flex and extend as needed.
  • Body Phyx™ restores the nerve's ability to glide and slide with movement
  • Body Phyx™ causes the perfect stretch for the hips, hamstrungs, quads, calves and feet.
  • Body Phyx™ causes a stretch that does what it is supposed to do.
 

Alignment

How well would a driver perform in the Nascar 500 if his car was not in perfect alignment?

Nervous system alignment with Body Phyx Body Phyx corrects alignment, resolves pain, improves performance and restores movement.

Full Potential Range of Movement of the Musculoskeletal Systems & The Nervous System

Gyms have state of the art equipment to enhance performance. But the one system that is not addressed in the gym is the nervous system. A significant function of the nervous system is to accommodate movement. Good examples of the amount of movement required in extreme sports are illustrated in the above poster. If this function of teh Nervous System is impaired pain, weakness and decreased performance are the consequence. Standard stretches are one of the causes of the loss of movement in the Nervous System and therefore, are not the solution.

 

Pain and performance problems frequently occur during vigorous exercise routines.

These problems, most often, can be resolved without interrupting, stopping or modifying the gym routine.

  • Many people think that painful movement is a consequence of aging or repetitive strain. This is a myth!
  • People think pain can be resolved with stretching more, icing more, doing more or taking a break from the gym. Wrong!
  • People think that because a doctor or image led to a diagnosis of a bulging disc, arthritis, and even "bone on bone" joint changes, that pain and loss of the ability to do an activity is inevitable. In most cases this is just not true.
  • People believe that following a sports injury, even that old high school football injury, that pain is an inevitable part of daily life.

It doesn't have to be that way! Don't quit...try

Perfomance Phyx: Power, Speed, Consistency, Endurance

Body Phyx causes movement of the Nervous System and corrects Alignemnt to treat pain and improve performance.
The Outcomes are Amazing!

 

Amazing Outcomes

The Results...Amazing Outcomes!

"Thank you so very much for teaching and training me to have a stronger, more upright, realigned body. Thanks for giving me a more optimistic attitude about aging and keeping strong and healthy. Thanks for the encouragement and laughs.
I appreciated the friendliness, helpfulness, and encouragement offered by all your staff. It was a pleasure talking and working with them! I was also impressed by the cleanliness of your office, and the respect of privacy offered by curtains at each station.
May God continue to bless you so you can touch many more people with your strong determined positive teachings and therapy.
R.P."

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