I've just spent this his past year focused on my physical rehabilitation. It wasn't any one big event that sent me to The Endurance Athlete Center, even though I've had a few. It was a series of smaller events over time, bad advice, and poor habits. Twenty years in the National Guard, with most of that on active duty in the U.S. Army, wore me down. When my body started failing me; shoulders, hips, and legs in particular, I retired from the Guard. At first I just attributed it to age and the athleticism of working through natural disasters and combat zones. I thought rest from the stress and strain was all I needed. Then pain become constant, weakness prevalent, and as I worked to get myself back into shape I realized rest wasn't enough and I didn't know how to recuperate. I sought help.
This is an unsolicited testimonial for The Endurance Athlete Center. Liz, my physical therapist, helped me find the weaknesses, the causes of the weaknesses, and then put me on the path to recovery. She then handed me off to Graeme, my trainer, who taught, coached, and mentored me to find my way back to strength and health. We started working at my pace, now we're working at his so that by the end of the session I'm nothing but a puddle of mud. Rebecca has shown me how to maximize the effect of the work I'm putting forth through proper nutrition. I've made great strides and I'm not done yet.
I cannot thank them enough. If you're in Northern Virginia, DC, or Maryland, I highly recommend before you start a physical training program, see your doctor, and then call The Endurance Athlete Center. Proper training is the difference between success and failure. If you're an athlete and want to improve your performance, call The Endurance Athlete Center. If you've sustained an injury and your doctor prescribes physical therapy and rehabilitation, call The Endurance Athlete Center. They know what they're doing