A Step-by-Step Program to Accelerate Your Fitness Goals, Improve Balance and Control, and Prevent Chronic Pain and Injuries for Life
80% of orthopedic injuries are due to repetitive stress—not accidents.
End chronic pain and prevent injury with this groundbreaking approach from New York Times bestselling author, exercise physiologist, and renowned educator, Sue Hitzmann.
➢ Do you want to stay fit, but are dealing with aches and pains that make it more difficult to work out?
➢ Are you an athlete facing constant injuries that hold you back from achieving peak performance?
➢ Do you want to exercise or train without being sidelined by stress fractures, strained ligaments, and painful joints?
Then get ready for MELT PERFORMANCE: A Step-by-Step Program to Accelerate Your Fitness Goals, Improve Balance and Control, and Prevent Chronic Pain and Injuries for Life (HarperOne; April 2019).
With her New York Times bestselling debut The MELT Method, Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT, introduced us to the healing power of our connective tissue. Now with MELT PERFORMANCE, she shares the power of another untapped resource in our bodies. It’s called neurological joint stability, or NeuroStrength.
The foundation of MELT PERFORMANCE is stability. Acquiring stability allows the body to respond to the demands of motion. It’s the way we were designed to function—and enables us to move more efficiently, improve coordination, and save our joints.
With instructional images throughout, MELT PERFORMANCE provides sequences, resources, and guidance, helping readers to check in, restore, and reintegrate joint stability before it’s compromised, giving an unparalleled advantage to anyone who trains hard to perform at their best. Hitzmann’s techniques are proven to work—they’re already used by world-renowned professional athletes and fitness enthusiasts. This is essential reading for anyone who is ready to improve their performance and prevent injury, no matter what sport or activity they pursue.
About the Author: Sue Hitzmann, MS, CST, NMT, is the creator of the MELT Method®, a simple self-treatment technique that helps people get out and stay out of chronic pain. A nationally recognized educator, manual therapist, exercise physiologist, and founding member of the Fascia Research Society, Sue is the author of the New York Times bestselling book The MELT Method, which has been translated into eight languages and helped over 200,000 people lead a healthy, pain-free life.