Are you frustrated by shoulder pain, instability and lack of confidence that's holding you back and restricting your training progression?
You've been struggling with long-term niggling shoulder issues and discomfort that's limiting your training. You simply don't trust your shoulders in certain positions and you're too afraid to load it.
You keep finding yourself trapped in the continuous cycle of suffering from injury/pain and successfully completing physiotherapy treatment just to find yourself back at square one not long after getting back into training.
You want to improve your performance in sport, CrossFit, strength training or other athletic endeavour and you want to tap into the additional performance enhancing support from a coach with years of experience at the highest levels of elite sport.
Whatever you need help with, we're here to help you build high performing shoulders you can trust!
Not only utilising our years of experience in elite sport, but also the personal experience of our Head Coach, Tim Stevenson, of building his own truly high performing shoulders after being the recipient of multiple shoulder dislocations and two reconstructive surgeries.
MY SHOULDERS ARE IN A MUCH BETTER PLACE
I have enjoyed my coaching with Tim over the last 6 or 7 weeks.
Firstly, it has given me a better knowledge and understanding around the shoulder which has helped and been a massive positive in my own training but also given me a greater understanding of what and how I might programme for clients and what we are looking for to create more success for them.
Secondly my shoulder health has improved, I can now press vertically without pain and I can start to load this pattern more than when I first started. There have been improvements there and I definitely feel the benefit of the dynamic work and movements around the shoulder before I move into my main programme.
Head Coach // Marchon Athletic
THE FACT I CAN DO MOVEMENTS THAT I THOUGHT I'D NEVER BE ABLE TO DO AGAIN - I'M REALLY HAPPY WITH THAT.
Before starting to work with us, Sophie did a lot of bodybuilding and for 3 years had awful shoulders; movements felt terrible, one side was wonky and training became a real chore.
"I never thought I'd be able to do a handstand with how my shoulders felt. After 6 months of work, I can now do a handstand which is absolutely amazing!"
Access to a purpose-built coaching app to conduct screenings, analyse your performance and communicate with your coach via video, images, voice notes and text.
Screening and assessment with detailed analysis and breakdown (online or in-person in Nottingham).
Programme integration - we'll integrate our interventions with your current training programme for an optimised training experience.
A personalised training programme with detail on training frequency, when and how to implement your Dynamic Shoulders strategy.
Exercise video tutorials to show you how to do each exercise on your programme.
Analysis of your exercise technique and support with coaching cues and exercise adaptation; progression/regression.
Feedback throughout your training block
Individualised testing for movement, stability and strength to create baseline objective data and comparison at re-testing stages.
Accountability with regular check-ins.
IS THIS FOR YOU?
Our personal coaching is for you if:
You're struggling with niggling shoulder issues but would not describe yourself as injured.
You're looking to 'return to play' post injury and want to scale your upper body performance beyond standard rehabilitation to make a successful return to your sport with a decreased risk of re-injury.
You simply want to progress your upper body strength, power, speed or endurance to level-up your Cross-Fit, Olympic lifting or hypertrophy.
You've hit a plateau and struggling to progress in upper body movement performance.
You want to perform at a high level and want to prepare.
This is NOT for you if:
You've recently experienced surgery or a traumatic shoulder injury, such as a dislocation, and not yet sought physiotherapy support or you're in chronic pain, have significant instability or some level of debilitation in the upper limb.