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What Is Rossiter System Workouts (RSW)? 2016-03-03T09:35:46+00:00

Rossiter System Workouts are specialized Rossiter techniques applied to corporations and factories. The main purpose of Rossiter Workouts is getting work related pain out of the workforce. Rossiter workouts has a proven track record in lowering workman’s comp. claims anywhere from 40% to 60%.
We believe proof is in the pudding as one would say. Let us come to your workplace, two or three days a week, four to five hours each day, and apply the Rossiter System Workouts solutions to your workforce regarding their pain and limited range of motion. We promise great results, improve performance, greater worker output, improved moral, and less absenteeism.
We are your specialists when it comes to pain prevention and pain reduction. Let us prove ourselves, all you have to lose is pain in your workforce.
After we have proven ourselves, then we can talk about tracking and monitoring your workforce through time tested matrixes using an iPad app. This app has an amazing dashboard of statistics and graphs that are tailored for management, enabling management to see the value of the Rossiter System Workouts program.

What Is The Rossiter Workout? 2017-02-08T07:42:13+00:00

The Rossiter Workout is an advance two person stretch that puts space back into the connective tissue. The techniques are very simple, the coach or practitioner place their foot onto the client or PIC, person in charge. Once the foot is applied to an area of pain or restriction, weight is given to that area until the PIC says “stop”. Then the coach asks for specific movement from the PIC. The stretch is done for 15 to 20 seconds and may be repeated in different areas.
Once the stretch has been completed the coach will ask the PIC to get up and walk or move that area so that the PIC can feel the difference after the stretch. In most cases the pain is greatly reduced or eliminated.
The stretches are done through the clothing and on a mat. The magic is compression of tissue with movement, and the benefits are instant pain relief, greater range of motion, and return of strength to that area.