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Mobility for Performance is a series of one-day workshop’s for athletes

People Interested in enhancing their own athletic potential by improving their functional mobility. The first one we ran was back in february was very well received by all who attended. Our second workshop is long overdue, and is planned for Saturday the 11th of June at 9 am and will run for 1.30/2hrs. Once again Albert and Dave will be taking the workshop. This workshop will run similar to the last, focusing on identifying your functional restrictions in the squat and lower body, their causes, and practical remedies for their resolution. (We will also screen those present for potential shoulder mobility issues, although this is not the focus of this workshop). This workshop will teach participants to identify their faults and fixes in the Squat and how to prepare better for their workouts, improve performance during exercise and recover faster from their training.

Workshop Goals:

  • Identify your movement restrictions in the squat
  • Learn how to address your movement restrictions in order to improve performance
  • Effective stretching/mobility approaches
  • Self myofascial release, and foam rolling techniques

If you experience difficulties in squat, then this workshop is essential for you. There are 15 places available for this workshop, (to allow for quality of coaching). If you are interested in this or feel you need to some one with expertise to look at and fix your squat, then sign your name up on the whiteboard beside the TV alternately email dave@crossfitdublin.ie . Once again it will be on a first come first served basis so sign up fast to avoid disappointment!!

There is only 4 spots left for this workshop so don miss out on a great opportunity .Takes place this saturday!

Strength :
Deadlift
work up a heavy set of 3
+
Met Con:
“Christine”
3 rounds fot time
10 Deadlifts bodyweight/.5bw
21 box jumps
500 m row

The original OG crossfittter!!
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