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Mobility Training and Corrective Coaching

Monday, 17th September 2012 at 7pm - 8:20pm

Location: Happy Valley Sports Ground

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Mobility Training and Corrective Coaching 1x Session


80 minutes of stretching and mobility work
Where: Happy Valley Infield, Causeway Bay
When: Monday 7pm (starting 17. Sept 2012)

Group size: 9 people max

HKD 200.00 per session
(Payment 10 minutes before class start)

Jim Wendler, one of the most accomplished strength and conditioning coaches once said, that the 3 key components of every sport are:

1. Mobility
2. Strength
3. Conditioning

Depending on your sport you will have different demands for each. A runner will not have to be as mobile as a gymnast, a swimmer will focus on strengthening other muscles than a wrestler, and a soccer player will need a different kind of conditioning than an ultra endurance athlete.  Still every single component is vital to your performance. Drop one and you are bound to get hurt. 

Hampered mobility can lead to muscle imbalances, then to improper muscular compensations which lead to inefficient misalignments and the increased risk of injuries. 

This course is designed to improve already existing muscle imbalances and altered joint motion. The goal is to restore proper flexibility that allows for full range of motion, to improve its control for a better and more efficient sport performance. 

What you need:

  1. Have participated in the Mobility and Foam Roller Intro Workshop 
  2. Foam roller 
  3. Clean bill of health. If you have been recently injured or suffer from circulatory or chronic pain, get your doctor's approval before joining the workshop.
  4. Filled out and signed liability waiver which you will have to hand in before the workshop. 

Since class is fairly small I can still be flexible with times. If the group wishes to start at an earlier or later time it could be arranged.  


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