Are you passionate about fascias but don’t know which exercises to guide depending on the alterations of the Myofascial Chains or Fascial Quadrants? Here I present the book Richelli’s Fascial Reset System that completes the exploration and treatment parameters seen in the book Richeli’s Fascia Quadrant System.
The book that will allow you to plan and guide therapeutic exercise, increasing the effectiveness of your myofascial treatments.
If movement is key in examination and treatment, physical exercise is essential
If in Richelli’s Fascial Quadrant System the importance of movement for the exploration and treatment of the myofascial system becomes evident, it is understood that physical exercise is a fundamental part of the treatment, and not a ‘little thing’ that the patient does at home at will and for a few days.
Determine the relationship of muscle chains and fascial quadrants, and how it affects posture or movement pattern.
Know the logical order of the exercises, their duration, intensity and frequency depending on the restrictions.
Incorporate the most effective tools and create your own treatment plan and exercise regimen for the patient.
Put an end to the mistakes that are made in the exercise regimen
Until now, the usual thing was to guide specific exercises for the injured area, seeking symmetry and focusing on strengthening the muscles. However the body is asymmetrical. Richelli’s Fascial Reset System (RFRS) breaks with common mistakes and proposes an approach that considers the specificity and globality of the exercises, avoiding being responsible for increasing and perpetuating the decompensation and injuries of our patients.
Why Richelli’s Fascial Reset System?
Richelli’s Fascial Reset System teaches quadrant-by-quadrant exercise sequences based on the 5 pillars of fascial exercise: tissue release, stretching, proprioception, endurance, and strength.
Based on the evidence that physical exercise cannot be left in the hands of the patient, RFRS breaks with the patient’s therapy-dependence, and lays the foundations for self-treatment and maintenance, through exercises that are similar to the patient’s daily tasks. , and especially those that have to be carried out in sports and work practice.
The importance of fascial tissue.
Richelli’s Fascial Reset System is the basis for the pattern of physical exercise at the myofascial level. His knowledge will allow you to generate the appropriate stimuli so that the fascial tissue of your patients is better prepared to dissipate excess tension, and thus reduce possible injuries.