What is Muscle Activation Techniques?
Greg Roskopf’s Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) is a process developed to restore efficient muscle contractions in the body. The body has a specific way it should use its muscles to perform movement. The connection of the muscle to the central nervous system is crucial to make the body move.
There are several reasons the body may not have proper connections between the muscles and the central nervous system. A few common reasons can be overuse, trauma to the muscle, or aging. The goal of MAT is to activate the sluggish muscles and restore proper communication with the central nervous system.
This therapy is done by a trained MAT specialist using manual testing and palpations. MAT is done fully clothed and the session takes one hour. The client should be able to resume normal activity after their session.
- Maximizes an athlete’s overall performance
- Restore joint mobility
- Restore balanced and fluid movement
- Accelerate recovery from injury
- Enhance the benefits of physical therapy
- Increased stamina during fitness training
- Makes tasks of everyday living easier
- Reduce risk of injury
How to start MAT?
Christine Kissell has specialized in a unique form of therapy known as Muscle Activation Techniques (MAT) since 2006. MAT is a way for her to assess and treat her clients, so they move efficiently. Christine’s objective as a Muscle Activation Techniques specialist is to restore and enhance mobility with stability in all joints in the body. Christine is an avid fitness enthusiast. She has been a fitness instructor for more than 25 years. She earned a personal training certification through the ACSM (American College of Sports Medicine). These two modes of fitness complement each other very well and provide her clients with positive results that help them attain their fitness goals. To learn more about how MAT can help you contact Christine directly at: (937) 238-1703.