Of course, some of you out there might say I could have achieved this by doing some yoga because yoga definitely has been proven to improve flexibility and increase muscle strength. Many of the movements do involve prolonged stretching and help tone the muscles quite nicely.
However, the one thing that yoga cannot do is recognise my weak muscle areas and really help to target them or address the issue. The physios at Physiowerkz have been trained to understand your body well, and will help you do exactly that. In addition, they will also develop and provide a concentrated exercise regime and manual therapy that can help focus on improving these problem areas.
To find out more about what Eva or the other physios do when you walk in to Physiowerkz, read about my experience during the first appointment and what went down there.
And for those who are curious about how physiotherapy could improve your cycling performance, you can log on to www.physiowerkz.com for more information.
Re-post from CyclingPlus Malaysia.
Link to original content: https://cyclingplus.my/features/can-physiotherapy-improve-your-cycling-performance-part-2