The Rehab: Personal Training in Spring, TX
The Rehab is a boutique personal training, rehabilitation, and wellness center located in Spring, Texas. The Rehab is the passion project of Dr. Scott Bolz. For years, Dr. Bolz has wanted to enhance his rehabilitation program with targeted, customized personal training, sports-specific training, and total body wellness with the best team around. Thus, The Rehab was born.
At The Rehab, we focus on the whole body. Our trainers addresses not just strengthening and cardiovascular fitness, but also postural imbalances and weaknesses.
Programs Offered at Our Spring Training Center
One-on-one Personal training 1 hour $75
One-on-one Personal training 1/2 hour $ 37.50
Small Group Training / HITT Training (Up to 5 people) 1 hour $85
Yoga (Tuesdays / Thursday ) $15 / Class
Personal Trainers Services
- TRX suspension training
- HIIT (High intensity interval training)
- Cardio training
- Free weights and plate loaded equipment
- Nutritional counseling and meal planning
- Personal and Group Training
- Fitness Assessments
- And more….
Take the First Step and Call Us Today
Learn more by visiting us online: therahbtx.com
We are located behind Spring Chiropractic
To learn more, call Jen or Aaron Mills to schedule your evaluation at 281-369-5228
Upper Cross Syndrome
What causes Upper Cross Syndrome? This is a very most common conditions we see at Spring Chiropractic. The loss of the cervical curve causes anterior head forward posture which will result in neck and upper back pain.
Upper crossed syndrome is the result of a vicious cycle of a sedentary lifestyle (e.g. prolonged sitting with bad posture), poor exercise technique (e.g. biking with rounded upper back position), and/or imbalanced training (e.g. the 20-year-old guy who trains only his chest / pecs, often with poor technique, and rarely trains his mid/ upper back. This will exacerbate muscle imbalance pattern in UCS which will worsen posture.
UCS involves reciprocal inhibition, a process where muscles on one side of a joint are relaxing to accommodate contraction on the other side of that joint.
Common symptoms are:
- Forward head posture
- Rounded shoulders
- A hunched upper back
- Suboccipital / Migraine Headaches
- Neck pain, upper back /subscapular pain
- Loss of cervical curvature
Lower Crossed Syndrome
Another very common condition we see at Spring Chiropractic, which can cause lower back pain.
Lower-Crossed Syndrome (LCS) is also referred to as distal or pelvic crossed syndrome. In LCS, tightness of the thoracolumbar extensors on the dorsal side crosses with tightness of the iliopsoas and rectus femoris. Weakness of the deep abdominal muscles ventrally crosses with weakness of the gluteus maximus and medius. This pattern of imbalance creates joint dysfunction, particularly at the L4-L5 and L5-S1 segments, SI joint, and hip joint. Specific postural changes seen in LCS include anterior pelvic tilt, increased lumbar lordosis, lateral lumbar shift, lateral leg rotation, and knee hyperextension. If the lordosis is deep and short, then imbalance is predominantly in the pelvic muscles; if the lordosis is shallow and extends into the thoracic area, then imbalance predominates in the trunk muscles (Janda 1987).
·What is Core Training?
At The Rehab, we want all clients to understand what core training is. Let’s first start off with what Core training is not. Most people associate Core with just doing abdominal exercises only. The Core is much more than the abdominals. The Core begins at the neck continuing all the way down to your pelvis primarily down the center of the body. It is mainly all the muscles attached to your spine and trunk. This includes Shoulder, Upper Back, Mid Back, Lower Back, Abdominals, Obliques, Hips and in my opinion the most important of all are the pelvic floor muscles. These muscles are easily overlooked due to traditional abdominal exercises. In order to truly activate your pelvic floor muscles you must understand the concept of the "drawing in maneuver" with your navel. Once you become accustomed to this concept you will definitely be Isolating your Core more during most exercises. You will notice the benefits right away as well which include better posture, strength and stability during daily activities and exercise.
Some examples of the Core Specific include: Plank, Side Plank, Bridge, SuperMan, Prone Cobra and Twisting Windmill just to name a few.