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4 Dec 2014 Movement Function Movement FREE Workshop


Movement - Function - Movement Workshop: How are we supposed to move?

@ The Climbing Works \ Thursday 4th December \ 19:30-21:00


“Do you struggle figuring out a body position in a crux move? Maybe you can’t get how to move your body to complete the crux? Is it a strength issue, a flexibility issue or has your body just forgotten how to move?”

 

In this 90 minute workshop you will run through two very simple and easy to do movement drills picked specifically with climbers in mind. Tim will show you how and why your body has forgotten how to move, then reawaken your climbing movement potential. Tim’s tried and tested ‘6 steps to better climbing movement’  will help your body understand what it needs to do to find a better position on the wall, helping you climb with more fluidity and more efficiency, making your climbing goals that much easier to achieve.

Book onto the workshop by emailing tim@peakprofitness.com stating your name, contact number and that you would like a place on the Movement - Function - Movement workshop. Remember to be quick, there are only 10 spaces available!

Tim Cunnington is the Strength & Conditioning Coach for the GB Junior Bouldering Team, a Functional Strength Coach, Advanced Personal Trainer, Sports Massage Therapist, Pilates Instructor, climber and runner. Specialising in functional movement and strength & conditioning for climbers Tim knows exactly how your body has got stuck in the 21st century and limits your climbing movement, open your movement and become the climber you were born to be. Tim’s  knowledge and experience of training and fixing climbers of all ages, and abilities puts you in safe hands and will give you the direction you need to keep on crushing!


 

 

Venue
The Climbing Works

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4 Dec 2014 Evolv Winter Bouldering Ladder

The Climbing Works Winter bouldering competition series is having a bit of makeover this year. Out goes the 'one night only' competition format and in comes a bouldering ladder format. We will be setting problems as normal on the Berghaus Competition wall but you will have a longer time to try them and be in with a chance to win some prizes from Evolv.

The Evolv Works Bouldering Ladder (Evolv WoBL) will begin on Thursday 4th December at 6pm. You will then have to Monday 22nd Dec to test yourself on these problems and hand in a scorecard for your chance to win some great prizes from Evolv.

Summary of the competition rules are:

- 2 Rounds only: 4th Dec and Jan 8th.

 - Pick up a scorecard from reception for £2

- Score yourself on the problems on the Berghaus Competition wall - 10 points for a top with as many goes as you want to top them (If we find anyone cheating they will be barred from The Climbing Works for a year).

- There will be 20 problems set on the first date of each comp and then 10 more set 11 days later. You then have a week from the 2nd set to get your scorecards back in.

- Prizes on offer include Evolv Bouldering Mats, Climbing Shoes and shop vouchers worth up to £200!

 

We'll release more information next week but get the below dates in your diary

Round 1:

1st Set: Thursday 4th Dec

2nd Set: Monday 15th Dec

Hand in scorecard by Monday 22nd Dec (Prize winners announced before Christmas!)

 

Round 2:

1st Set: Thursday 8th Jan

2nd Set: Monday 19th Jan

Hand in scorecard by Monday 26th Jan 2015

 

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5 Dec 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 5th December 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

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12 Dec 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 12th December 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

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19 Dec 2014 Amatsu Therapy Sessions

Alex Mosco is an Amatsu Therapy Practitioner, martial artist, climber, cyclist and walker. He is well well aware of the need for good physical and mental health to function effectively in all these sports. Treating the body globally rather than just the symptoms of an injury is intrinsic to Amatsu, and with overall balance the body is able to maintain health naturally.

Alex discovered the Japanese system of Amatsu Therapy via martial arts. Amatsu Therapy applies soft-tissue mobilisation techniques to relieve restrictions in muscles, tendons, fascia, and ligaments. These releases re-pattern muscles, improving joint function, ranges of movement and treat the whole body. Treatment comprises hands-on physical manipulation suitable for all ages, genders and levels of mobility and can be used preventatively or post-injury.

By releasing soft tissue restrictions conditions ranging from sports injuries, back pain, shoulder issues, sciatic complaints, ankle and knee problems and musculoskeletal postural and mobility dysfunctions can be treated

Details:

Balance approx 1 hour: £35

Remain clothed in loose, comfortable attire.

Under 16’s to be accompanied by parent/guardian.

TO BOOK FOR 19th December 2014 PLEASE CLICK HERE

Venue
The Mini Works

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