WE CAN HELP YOU MOVE BETTER
DO YOU WANT TO MOVE BETTER?
WHAT DOES THIS MEAN TO YOU?
I want to improve my personal best in running, cycling or other endurance sport.
I want to improve my squat. Or any other exercise performed in a gym environment such as an overhead press or bench press.
I want to move more efficiently day to day.
Enquire today to see how we can help you to move more efficiently and help reduce any niggles you have day to day.
ARE YOU HAPPY WITH YOUR TRAINING
BUT STRUGGLING WITH CERTAIN MOVEMENTS OR NIGGLES?
Our Biomechanics (Movement) Coaching Package will help you gain the edge that you need to improve your overall movement ability and help you move better day to day.
Here at The Movement Hub, Leeds, we assess your intrinsic biomechanics, using tools such as video and technique analysis.
This means we look at how your joints, muscles and nerves function to allow you to move.
When undertaking any kind of fitness training or exercise that could be gym based or more sports specific such as running, cycling or taking part in such events as triathlons, you need to move as efficiently as possible.
If not, there’s more chance of you suffering from niggles which may prevent you from moving as well as you can or performing as well as you can in your chosen sport.
IMPROVE YOUR MOVEMENT POTENTIAL
Using the iMoveFreely ™ programme, we show you how to gain the best out of your body by prescribing simple movement exercises for you to work on.
By undertaking a regular movement assessment process with a tailored fitness training programme, that includes the results of your assessment, can massively improve your movement potential and improve any niggles you have in your day to day or during exercise.
You may not be aware of how your body is performing until you take up a regular training programme with someone coaching you efficient exercise techniques.
MOVING BETTER IMPORTANT
As Biomechanics Coaches, Kim Tomlin and Chris Kitson believe that movement matters when it comes to everyday life tasks and that being able to move more efficiently will help to reduce the risk of injury, improve skill development or performance in sport, work and day to day living.