Back Injury Modification System for Training (Comeback Program)
The most frustrating part of being injured is trying to figure out how to work around your injury. It's going into class and reading what the workout is, only to see that you can't do half of the movements. Rehabbing an injury can take months so this process sucks the enjoyment out of going to the gym. But, the cheat sheet makes the class session accessible again.
It gives you a process. It gives you a system that you wish your physio or chiro could give you but unless they are a coach that has been scaling and modifying crossfit workouts for almost 10 years, you simply won't get this from them. The cheat sheet bridges the gap between injured and not-injured.
The Cheat Sheet is the system I built to bring in new movements without re-injuring myself. I used this to slowly reintroduce movements and now use it daily to scale athletes in class workouts. Perfect when you get frustrated with scaling around an injury. If you're a coach, you need this system.
The typical advice is rest for an arbitrary period of time (i.e. 6 weeks) and then, off you go, back to training because you are magically ready. It shouldn't be you either rest or you train, the body needs to be taken care of and we can't simply go from resting for 6-8 weeks to training as normal again.
The cheat sheet allows you to train while you are seeking treatment for your injury, it not only keeps you healthy but it keeps you sane. It gives you the answers and you don't have to walk into the gym being unsure of what you can do.
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