Do you ever feel like your limbs, muscles, nervous system, or any other body part isn’t working in unison with the rest of your body? Has an injury, period of inactivity or simple muscle fatigue caused your body to get out of sync? If so, Reflexive Performance Reset could help your body get back in line, reducing your pain and discomfort in the process
What is Reflexive Performance Reset?
Reflexive Performance Reset, or RPR, was created by a trio of elite trainers: Chris Korfist (world renowned sprint coach), Cal Dietz (University of Minnesota strength and conditioning coach), and JL Holdsworth (world champion powerlifter). RPR allows people who are suffering from the scenarios described above – a body that is out of sync – to create instant improvements through neurological modifications.
To think about it differently: imagine that the brain is the CEO of the body. The brain sends messages to the various “departments” in the body, assigning tasks that will help the body meet the goal of a specific movement. Sometimes, though, those departments – i.e. muscles, limbs or even the breath – don’t get the memo. This is where RPR steps in: to make sure all parts of the body are working in unison toward that singular goal.
RPR emphasizes focused breathing and direct pressure to reset specific parts of the body that are causing trouble. It is not a standalone therapy, but works in conjunction with chiropractic adjustments, physical therapy or other rehabilitative work. In fact, it can make those corrective therapies more effective.
Reflexive Performance Reset allows these harmful compensatory patterns to be reset. This can minimize pain, allow for a greater range of movement, and improve performance. Ultimately, RPR ensures that the CEO – the brain – is able to effectively communicate with the body during the healing process.
Learn More About RPR
Watch this video to learn more about Reflexive Performance Reset and how it could benefit you.
Want to learn more about RPR and how it can be combined with chiropractic techniques or massage therapy to improve performance and reduce pain? Get in touch with our St. Francis family chiropractors to schedule a consultation.