Dates: 25th April & 2nd May 2017
Price: £40 per person for both sessions
These 2 sessions are designed to introduce the building blocks of good climbing technique and apply them to Bouldering. We want to give you all the skills you need to make it round our Level 1 circuit (the Greens, Blues & Oranges), and climb well on as many angles and styles of climbing as possible.
What we will be covering:
How do you get involved?
Use the “Book Now” button above to book onto the session
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. In a series of free workshops he will show you how to manage injury, train more effectively, strengthen your core & improve your flexibility.
All the workshops are free but they have a maximum of 10 places so book now to get a spot!
Recover From Injury
“My injury is driving me mad!! It’s stopping me from training and doesn’t seem to be getting any better. I just want a clear plan and someone to tell me what to do; get me fixed; and get me back doing what I love again.”
The Importance of Core for Climbers
In this 90 minute workshop you will learn the difference between inner and outer core and how important it is they both work together to keep you on the wall. You will run through the best ways to activate both, have a play on the Indo Board and achieve your climbing goals this winter!
Training to Train
“Arrgh! It’s so annoying I can’t climb through that crux!! I know I can do it, I just need to get a little bit stronger/lighter/more flexible and then I’ll get it. But how am I going to do that? Do I just need to climb more? Maybe I should do pull ups??”
Movement, Function, Movement – Sunday 15th January 2017, 10:30-12:00
“Do you struggle figuring out a body position in a crux move or lift? Maybe you can’t get how to move your body to complete the crux? Are things just not quite firing right? Is it a strength issue, a flexibility issue or has your body just forgotten how to move?”