Body Balance Evaluations – Description

January 10, 2011

The Coach Kaehler  Body Balance Evaluation

Whether you’re a junior or masters athlete, a novice or an elite rower, you need an ideal body balance of strength and flexibility to help you train toward your athletic goals.

In line with the Kaehler Approach to training, I have developed a structural evaluation that helps me determine imbalances in the strength and flexibility of your musculoskeletal system.  Reducing these imbalances will reduce your risk of injuries, and enable you to train harder and more efficiently.

My evaluation approach has been developed over a 20-year period in a clinical environment, and has been used successfully on 500+ athletes, including rowers, runners, triathletes, as well as many non-endurance sports, regardless of age and level of experience.  Once I have thoroughly examined your body for muscular and flexibility-related imbalances, I will provide you with an individualized corrective program which includes detailed written instructions and pictures.

Musculoskeletal Assessment - Upper Body
Musculoskeletal Assessment – Upper Body
Musculoskeletal Assessment - Lower Body
Musculoskeletal Assessment – Lower Body


  • Corrective Exercises are put in PDF format with pictures and text
  • Contact Coach Kaehler about your corrective exercises and/or training injuries
  • Discount on other Coach Kaehler Services
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2 Responses to “Body Balance Evaluations – Description”

  1. Ed Rehill on March 6th, 2012 11:03 pm

    up coming clinics

  2. coach on March 7th, 2012 1:08 pm

    Hi Ed,
    Thanks for the comment. I will be holding a couple of Spring tune-up clinics in later April and May and will post shortly. They will be a combination of having each athlete go through my Body Balance Evaluation, an on the water session to correlate what we found in the evaluation with what I see in the boat, a corrective exercise plan to make powerful changes, and probably run through a hand-on lecture to tie up all the findings.



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