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Dynamic Shoulder – Tim Stevenson

We hosted Tim Stevenson, Owner of School of Calisthenics & S+C coach to world-class Para-Olympic athletes. He presented his latest concept around…
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Unstable Scapula Guide

It’s very common to see a certain level of instability from the scapula. The scapula thoracic joint has no bony articulation, making…
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Tight ankles quick fix guide

A deeper level of knowledge of the function of the ankle will have a carryover into your application of correctives. The purpose…
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Tight Hips Quick Fix Guide

A deeper level of knowledge of the function of the hip will have a carryover into your application of correctives. The purpose…
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Unstable Core Quick Fix Guide

A deeper level of knowledge of the function of the core will have a carryover into your application of strength training and…
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Tight T-spine Quick Fix – Foundation

A deeper level of knowledge of the function of the thoracic spine will have a carryover into your application of correctives. The…
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Session Management

To effectively coach clients and provide them with a positive, high quality experience, we need to place a heavy emphasis on session…
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Trained vs Drained

This mindset highlights a core training value that has served us for many years. It is certainly one of the biggest reasons…
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Why is Energy System Development Important?

Energy system development allows us to identify the metabolic strengths and weaknesses of our clients and programme appropriately – both for a…
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Energy System Development 1.0

What is energy system development? Traditionally, energy system training has been described as cardiovascular development – conditioning or endurance work, the focus…
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