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The Exact Steps Cyclists Are Using to Eliminate Knee & Back Pain Within 90 Days
Without confusing Information, hours at the gym, and strategies that don’t work.
Esther is amazing. I was having some lower back pain. After giving me some clear exercises and visual examples I was able to implement them into my daily life and am happy to say I am pain free and back to doing what I love – playing with my children and running. I highly recommend Esther’s method. It’s simple and effective. Simply put, it works!
As an avid hiker I never experienced knee pain until recently. Esther taught me not only some techniques to eliminate my pain but also how to enhance my running. Her techniques are simple, yet so effective. Esther is the best. And always makes you feel heard and supported. Such a positive person with great expertise. Highly recommend her.
If not for the help of Esther my neck and shoulder pain would have me pulling out my hair. I have done some damage as a youth with sport and the skills I have learned from Esther have given me the tools to increase my performance in the adventures I do now.
As a college athlete turned marathoner, I thought I had a decent understanding of my body and any injuries that I may face, however when I injured my knee during a training run, just a few weeks before my second marathon I had no idea what caused it and couldn’t get rid of the pain. When I went to see Esther, she was quickly able to determine the source of pain, and provided me with both a mobility and strengthening routine to both decrease my pain and increase my performance. Since then, I’ve run another marathon, and I’m signed up for one in November as well. Thanks, Esther!
I’ve been an athlete my whole life and as a Military professional my job is incredibly demanding. I came to Esther with severe sciatic pain from a bulging disc that prevented me from standing or walking too long. With great patience and care, Esther worked with me to eliminate variables and get to the root of the issue. I am now able to stand or walk for any length of time and have even returned to weightlifting.
And just so you know you are in the right place, I want to point out that these are the EXACT strategies that not only we use, our clients use, AND also many of the top runners and cyclists in the world use each and every day…There’s no way they would be as successful otherwise. It’s worked for me, for my patients, not only decrease pain but improve their performance.
in short, this is the stuff that works right now!
There’s a 99.9% Chance You’re Struggling To Decrease Your Pain & Improve Your Performance!
After spending over 2 decades in fitness and years as a physical therapist in rehabilitation I’ve seen it all, with some of the highest level athletes in excruciating pain and the inability to increase their performance, despite great training.
And There Are Good Reasons For This!
You might be feeling lost in a sea of information, some with the best strategies to eliminate pain, or to improve speed, or FTP. Maybe some of the information contradicts each other, or it’s too much chaos to make anything out.
Spending countless hours, dollars, and heartache on coaching, gear, gyms, & not gaining the benefits, spending countless hours trying to duct tape all the information you’ve gotten to make it into a strategy that actually works.
You Never Got to The Root of The Problem
Perhaps you’ve tried a bike fit, or gone to a clinician for help. You’ve been told all the myriads of dysfunctions that your body has, and maybe have to been told to lay off your sport. I don’t blame you for being discouraged. I’ve been there as a patient and seen it in the clinic as a clinician. This is why I kept asking what am I doing wrong? How can I help? What am I missing?
The problem is that the dysfunction was never solved and dealt with, in the first place. You were never evaluated as thoroughly as an athlete should be. Pain and dysfunction are not always in the same place and too many clinicians forget this. The entire body needs to be evaluated and as an athlete, you can learn to do this. You just need the tools.
Adaptive Muscle Shortening
If you find yourself sitting for work, followed by sitting while cycling your body is essentially in one position for a long time. This causes certain groups of muscles to get really short & tight & also weak.
If stretching hasn’t really helped you it most likely due to adaptive muscle shortening and the good news it’s easy to fix if you know how to do it. The answer is not simply stretch, especially if you don’t know how to.
But These Are Just Symptoms Of A Much Bigger Problem. Let Me Give It To You Straight!
You might be caught in the middle of a huge junkyard of digital information overload. Chances are you are missing one critical tool that makes the difference between athletes that have taken control and eliminated pain while increasing their performance and those that don’t
Let me explain,
What if I dropped you off in the middle of an automotive junkyard and said,
“All you have to do is pick up all the parts and put together your new car and drive it to wherever you want. It’s yours”
You’d think I’m crazy and promptly block me on Facebook, order an Uber and drive off. But this is how most athletes try to both improve their performance and decrease their pain. Or worse off, they put a bandaid on, by taking ibuprofen and hope all will be ok.
The good news is that you might be missing one simple thing that will take you from stuck to soaring.
I’ll Help You Unlock A Clear Path That’s Proven To Work For Cyclists.
When you think of it, everyone has a clear path to help them achieve predictable results.
When I went to physical therapy school to get my doctoral degree I had a clear path of what needed to be done. I followed it to the letter and graduated from an Ivy League school with my doctoral degree.
When you follow a recipe you are pretty much guaranteed that you’ll reap the rewards of what’s promised. If you deviate you’ll experience the consequences.
I spent countless hours as a yoga and Pilates teacher, & dancer trying to figure out how to decrease the pain that came from a myriad of injuries I had. When I became a physical therapist I tried to figure out why so many athletes did not find relief for their symptoms, and worse off, their performance deteriorated. I tried to find the missing link and I realized that most often only 1 piece of the puzzle was dealt with.
There was never a clear path, where the problem was dealt with from point A to Point B in a systematic way that made sense, to not only help the athlete decrease their pain but to improve their performance, make them better than when they came in.
After years and years of working on this I realized that there is a path and if done correctly both pain decreases and performance improves.
Let’s Break It Down – Here’s Exactly What I’ll Show You During This Fatabulous Training….
1. Body Success Preparation
One of the most important steps is to learn where our body is stuck, both the joints and the muscles. If there are mobility issues our body will compensate, leading to pain and movement dysfunction, which can eventually lead to injury. Let’s nip it in the bud!
The first step will be an assessment of joint mobility, muscle length and muscle strength. We need to know where we are starting to be able to measure real progress. This will be a thorough assessment.
2. Improve Joint Mobility
A full mobility routine where you will learn how to mobilize your joints actively as well as passively and when to do each in the most effective way, where you can warm up before your training and continue to improve joint health.
3. No Limb Pain
In this step we will focus on common problem areas and go into more depth, on different ways to work on joint mobility both actively and passively. You will also learn different manual therapy techniques you can perform on yourself to aid in joint mobility, scar mobilization and other techniques to mobilize stubborn tissues involved.
4. Perfect Posture
In order to have ideal body mechanics it needs to start with good form. Here we will do another assessment to see where you normal resting posture is so we can assess what needs to be worked on whether it’s joint restriction or muscle length or both.
5. No Back pain
Here we will now bring our newfound joint mobility and add muscle length with a focus on spinal mobility and flexibility, teaching our muscles to tolerate and work in new ranges effectively so you can maintain good form for longer hours of training with less fatigue and pain.
The next component is flexibility of the muscles.
6. 10 x Muscle Power
Most injuries happen when tissues are stretched passed its capacity to tolerate the force placed upon it. This is true for muscles, ligaments, tendons etc. In order to access muscle power & protect the tissue from injury it needs to be able to lengthen to its full capacity, as well as having the ability to tolerate force in those lengthened positions.
Both are important. Here, we will learn which muscles in our limb joints are tight and learn techniques to lengthen them both actively and passively, while working on muscle power in those new lengthened positions.
7. No Overuse Injury
Stabilization refers to stabilizing your joints. In order to truly stabilize your joints, you must activate the muscles that do that. And 9/10 people don’t activate their stabilizers.
We have stabilizers all over the body and it’s important to activate them all when working on endurance training. This will ensure proper body mechanics. And proper body mechanics is important to ensure optimal muscle power and performance.
In this step we will go over the difference between stabilization and mobilization and how to do it effectively so you have the biggest bang for you buck. Once you learn these skills you’ll perform these as warmups before trainings or an event and it will be a game changer.
8. Powerful Hips
This step is all focused on combining stabilization with posterior chain activation and doing it in a way that’s super effective and doesn’t take hours of time. With increased mobility and flexibility you will now utilize improved muscle power and continue to build strength specific for endurance sports.
9. Essentials For Performance
In this step it all comes together where we will challenge all our systems and skills our body needs to perform well, whether on a run, or playing with our kids. We will challenge our our musculoskeletal system, our neuromuscular system, our agility, and more. It all comes together here for a fun and tough challenge for your body. You might be surprised at how well you can do.
FEARLESS GUIDE TO IMPROVED ATHLETIC PERFORMANCE
Dr. Esther Adler started Peak Performance Pain Free, after working with patients in the clinic as a physical therapist, as well as recovering from a few serious injuries herself, and realizing there’s a specific pattern in recovery and getting athletes back even stronger than before their injury. Simply put every athlete seemed to be missing at least 1 important element that didn’t allow him or her to recover fully and improve their performance. Once implementing all the missing pieces they were able to return, and usually stronger than before their injury. She realized there was a pattern and created the roadmap, a step by step system, which has helped her patients, clients and herself recover from injury and improve their athletic performance, enabling them to continue to push their personal boundaries and goals without knee or back pain.
Dear Motivated Athlete,
Join me for this special masterclass as I walk you through every step of the proven system we and our countless clients use to improve their athletic performance each and every day. Whether you’re a complete beginner or seasoned pro, you might just learn more about how your body works in 16 minutes, than most folks will ever know…”