Welcome to the beginning of a stronger, healthier life.
Jennifer Sharpe C.H.E.K. Practitioner level 2
You are holistic entity comprising the mind, body and spirit.
Your body is a system of many complex inter-related systems that all affect each other. When this complex system is out of balance, it gives a trained Practitioner red flags, indicating bigger issues. How you live, what you eat, the exercises you choose and how you deal with stress can make you or break YOU. As a Sharpe Fitness Client, you will be heard and shown the best options for your goals.
A Corrective High-performance Exercise Kinesiologist (CHEK) Practitioner is a highly skilled specialist in human biomechanics, orthopedic rehabilitation, sports performance and one of the finest and most highly trained exercise therapists in the world. CHEK Practioners are the result of intensive training created from all of the branches of orthopedics, chiropractic, massage therapy, physical therapy and alternative therapies studied from the inside out. Jennifer’s approach involves assessing each person on a physical, mental and emotional level.
are trained to find the etiology (or cause) of problems, not just mask the symptoms. This multidiscipline approach, allows Jennifer to find the true source of the client’s pain or dysfunction, setting her apart
- eliminating back pain
- eliminating knee pain
- eliminating recurring injuries
- holistic nutrition and lifestyle education
-rehabilitate shoulder, neck and head pain
- postural correction and corrective exercise
- high performance sports specific exercise prescription
- for the weekend warrior get the best out of your time with scientific conditioning
- analysis of posture, muscle length tensions, joint ranges of motion, and abdominal function
Paul Chek said
“…Any functional exercise that requires you to maintain your own center of gravity over you own base of support is a core exercise. This is, quite simply, because the core bridges the arms and legs. If your core is weak or uncoordinated, you will be unable to transfer a load from arms to legs or vice versa. Back injury is very likely where the core is deficient, as are shoulder and knee injuries…”