Tired of all the false starts, broken promises to yourself or just frustrated at picking up repeated small injuries when training. Maybe you have just completed rehab and need a little help with the next phase of getting back into sport, or just work. Sounds like you need to inject a bit of resilience into your life. Aimed specifically at you, this class will focus on education at the same time as practising safe exercises. Running over eight weeks you will learn about safe mobility whilst building strength and efficiency into your movements.
Either a prior patient within 6 months of recovery or after movement analysis session
8 x weekly classes based on education, mobility and strength.
Weeks 1&2 building blocks of learning support exercises, breathing control and dynamic stretching and mobility.
Weeks 3&4 introduction to intensity change training and maximising training time.
Weeks 5&6 continuation of strength training with dynamic and balistic movements
Week 7 goal realisation
Week 8 preparation for the future and individualism of programs, feedback session.
£120 for eight sessions without assessment
£150 for eight sessions with assessment
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Strength and resilience assessment £63
Strength and resilience class
Each class £20
My line of work can be quite strenuous, involving manual handling and restraint. 20 + years ago I prolapsed my 2 lower lumbar discs, consequently I have suffered with regular painful recurrences.
6 years ago a work colleague introduced me to Plym Physio. Since then, I have attended regular clinical palates sessions. In the meantime following a skiing accident I ruptured my ACL. Nic has helped hugely in my recovery pre and post operatively.
I can honestly say, that without Nic’s help, support and advice over subsequent years, I would have struggled to continue in the career that I love. The classes are small enough that Nic tailors the classes around individuals needs. Personally I can highly recommend clinical palates, with Nic Rutherford.