CrossFit Full Body MOT

The physiotherapists at CSPC are experienced in assessing and treating CrossFit athletes on a regular basis.

CrossFit is a unique sport in that it uses various movements and exercises which are executed at high intensity and high load. The physiotherapists at CSPC understand the demands that CrossFit WODs (Work Out of the Day) and competitions place on the body and are passionate about injury prevention and helping each athlete perform at their best on a daily basis.

During the CrossFit MOT, the physiotherapist will look at your body from head to toe assessing strength, flexibility, stability, proprioception, biomechanics, breathing, functional movement and lifting technique. The physiotherapists recognise that ensuring correct lifting technique during CrossFit workouts from the first rep to the last is essential to prevent injury. Their keen eye can see when your lifting technique or movement pattern is not up to scratch. Poor technique is often a result of reduced flexibility, which prevents the correct movement being performed even when the strength is there. Those are the little things that can cause injuries in the future or maybe holding you back on your PBs.

During the session the physiotherapist will assess the key movements that you are required to perform during CrossFit sessions, focusing on the areas you may be struggling with and analyse your technique, strength and conditioning. Video analysis of your lifting techniques may also be used during the CrossFit Full Body MOT session to ensure nothing is missed and technique can then be reviewed. It may also be helpful to bring some videos of yourself during a WOD when you are working at max effort to show the physiotherapist what happens when you are not so fresh. 

Crossfit Full Body MOT
The clinic has an equipped gym including a squat rack with an Olympic bar and weights where the physiotherapist can analyse how you move. They can advise on any technical improvements or cues that may improve your performance, potentially reducing the risk of injury in the future.

Areas we look at in your CrossFit MOT

After your CrossFit MOT, your physiotherapist will be able to prescribe a personal exercise plan and advice on how to improve technique.

Common problem areas and how they can affect you

Cost: A 90-minute CrossFit Full Body MOT including assessment, treatment and a detailed report is £200 with a physiotherapist.

For more information, to check availability and book please call a member of the admin team on 0113 2750606 


If you have any questions, are ready to book an appointment or are planning your trip to see us then you’ll find all the information you need below.

See why patients
love CSPC Physiotherapy