Return to Function - Fixing the Climber's Shoulder
Fixing the Climber’s Shoulder - recovery and function Workshop
With Grit Season nearly upon us it's time to get ourselves functionally fit and ready....
Tim from Peak Pro Fitness will be running three FREE workshops over the next couple of months to help us climbers get motivated for our winter goals.
The first workshop is on Thursday 9th October at 7.30pm - 9.00pm and is based on fixing or preventing shoulder injuries.
Tim will run through movement patterns to find out what is happening to your shoulders, explain the main reasons shoulder injuries occur and take you through his tried and tested, step by step method to recover from injury and return to function.
The workshop will cover self massage & stretching techniques as well as how to activate then strengthen weak muscles. You will then take this a step further and have some fun on the TRX to learn the best and most efficient way to create bombproof shoulders.
The second workshop is on Circuit Training for Climbers and will run on Thursday 6th November at 7.30pm - 9.00pm
The third is a NEW workshop on Movement-Funtion-Movement and will run on Thursday 4th December at 7.30pm - 9.00pm
Book onto the workshop by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org stating your name, contact number and that you would like a place on the Recover from Injury, Return
to Function workshop or Circuit Training for Climbers. 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, Personal Trainer, Sports Massage Therapist, Pilates Instructor, climber and runner. Specialising in functional movement and strength & conditioning for climbers Tim knows exactly how your shoulders have become the way they are and the best way for you to get them sorted. Tim’s knowledge and experience of training and fixing climbers of all ages, and abilities puts you in safe hands and will help you get back to the thing we all love - Climbing!
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