Functional Recovery

You love your box.  Your fellow athletes have become your extended family.  It’s not a good workout unless it had burpees, thrusters, or box jumps that day.  You train hard so you can train harder the next day.

You’re diligent about your mobility.  You’ve been to your movement specialist for treatments.  You brace up, tape up, and chalk up.  You’ve even taken time off for rest.  But you still have nagging injuries, soreness, aches, pains, and fatigue.

Maybe it’s time to look internally.  You did and are now taking the ‘endorsed’ supplements but still feel like you aren’t firing your full potential.Female Athlete Is Performing Box Jumps At Gym

Maybe it’s time to look at functional recovery.

It doesn’t matter if you have had a direct injury or have repetitive use or just want to take your recovery to the next level, the function of your biochemistry will dictate the level of your repair and recovery.

The Kalus Method  is a way of addressing and analyzing the function of the parts of the body that you don’t see, the parts that feed and coordinate the joints and muscles you want to use so badly.

By using non-invasive testing like Heart Rate Variability, EMG, thermography, and saliva testing, with minimally invasive testing like lab work, many factors neurologically and biochemically can be uncovered that may be hindering not only your recovery but your performance.

How you treat your body outside the box is just as important, if not more so, than what you do during your WOD.  How you treat your body internally is just as important, if not more so, than how you treat your body on the outside.

Get checked today.