PERFORMANCE DRIVEN BY DESIGN
with Tim Stevenson ASCC MRes
DYNAMIC SHOULDER CONDITIONING EXISTS TO EVOLVE THE WAY THE WORLD OF SPORT, STRENGTH AND FITNESS TRAINS THE UPPER BODY.
It’s time to stop applying lower body thinking to upper body training and time to respect the intricate design of the shoulder.
We can help you take your clients’ and athletes’ upper body training to the next level - lowering injury rates, overcoming shoulder niggles, instability and training plateaus, and to support progression in endurance, strength, speed and power.
Learn the coaching art and science with practical tools to effectively bridge the gap between physiotherapy and strength and conditioning, and scale upper body training in order to create truly high performing shoulders.
The ultimate shoulder course for ambitious strength and fitness professionals wanting to take their knowledge and understanding to the next level and help their clients build truly high performing shoulders.
WHY WORK WITH US?
Level up your knowledge and understanding of the shoulder
Learn more about how the shoulder interacts with the kinetic chain
Learn how to programme to scale stability inline with strength progression
Tired of boring shoulder stabilisation exercises? We'll teach you how to enhance your clients' training programmes with exercises that hit the shoulder movement and strength goals without compromising their overall training programme and are guaranteed to keep your clients engaged.
TIM'S ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND COMPLEX PROCESSES BUT TRANSLATE THEM TO IMPROVE THE UNDERSTANDING OF COACHES AND ATHLETES IS UNSURPASSED.
I've known of Tim’s work for a decade now and was keen to secure his services working with British Para-Swimming. He has high levels of empathy and emotional skills that allow him to thrive in the complex high-performance world.
Tim is equally adept at face-to face coaching within the inter-disciplinary team and developing higher-level processes for the strength of the system or programme.
Performance Director // British Para-Swimming