Yes, i am patient. But this is purely frustrating. The descriptions of the exercises aren't accurate enough. At the beginning it says to warm up with some ballistic/dynamic stretches that 'they will add later to the article' but that never were added.
Plus i still don't get how to read the tempo.
You are probably right, and that is what i am trying to fix. I started with silly bodybuilding routines, bad form squats and deadlifts which brought my body out of allignment.
After my body will be re-alligned by rolfing and maybe some extra exercises i will restart lifting focusing on form and main powerlifts (deadlifts, squats, rows, bench press, OHP, pullups/chinups only). I've learned my lesson with form.[/quote]
Yes Rolfing is amazing, i never thought your body could change so quickly, it seemed like kind of neuromuscular magic.
My Rolfing practitioner never said the program was bad and i shouldn't do it, in fact he agreed that i should try it and see how it goed. He just told his opinion on it, for the rest i think he has good intentions, he really wants to help me.
Yes i might just need to do just some specific things, but it's hard to figure out for me, since my upperback/between shoulderblades stiffness isn't mentioned in the article.
This is a really useful post. Thanks.
I live in Belgium, a country where physiotherapians, ostheopats, doctors etc. all know shit.
They all talk confident like they know their things and guarantee me that i will get cured by doing this and that. They really annoy me by wasting my time, energy and money and still having this big confident tone about how good they know their things( by the way most people in this country Belgium are like this, not only health practitioners).
For example, multiple of these ' well known specialists' told me i should train my back more to fix my hyperlordosis..
LOL. Thanks for making my hyperlordosis even worse and i even paid your for it Mister. I also wasted 130 euros on some orthopedic soles which made my legs and hips feel worse.
I go to the Netherlands ( a decent country where people truly know what they are talking about or at least do not pretend) to see a rolfer since my ' true specialists country' doesn't have any rolfers.
So no i don't have anyone legit in this country who can help me out, but big thanks, i'm buying the Assess and Correct program.
I think this is something that will work, unlike the Neanderthal No More article with unclear descriptions of the exercises and tempo.
Thanks for your contribution guys, i'm gonna check out the Assess and Correct thing and see if i can do it myself, sorry for my arrogant-ish typing, i'm just a little frustrated with my inablity to do real weightlifting at the moment since i love it, and pissed off the Belgian type of people.
PS: I don't get why my tag codes not work.