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MOVEMENT EFFECT WORKSHOP SPAN
Movement Effect is an introduction to the HPHP style of training for those who want to form a foundation to develop greater physical competencies and movement skills. You will learn a variety of drills, protocols, and exercises to enhance your coordination, stability, mobility, and strength. Movement and technique variations are tailored to your level of strength and skills – we build average people into athletes for life!
The Movement Effect working on the sports biomechanics and people normal life. All the sports that can get benefit are BJJ, surfing, triathlon, runners, swimmers, tennis, yoga and another’s.
- BODYWEIGHT MOVEMENT
You will learn a diverse range of bodyweight movement patterns inspired by disciplines such as surfing, capoeira, gymnastics, Chinese martial arts, Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, yoga, and dancing. We will explore basic upper and lower body movements designed to strengthen your muscles, tendons, joints, and nervous system. This is an eye-opener for both exercise beginners and seasoned athletes.
We offer a system of exercises and stretches to mobilise, stabilise, and prepare your body for more complex and demanding movements and skills. We will introduce greater and “smarter” range of motion for your body – spine, shoulders, wrists, hips, knees, and ankles; as well as enhancing your joint stability to handle the rigours of your training and chosen recreations.
- CORE TRAINING
We will explore a variety of exercises and drills that challenge your core strength and core-based movement intelligence – learning to engage and control the right muscles for specific activities for postural and dynamic purposes. You will also learn effective breathing techniques to improve your core strength and general health.
Through drills and games, you will learn to control and refine your movements at a much higher level – this is essential to develop into better athletes who consistently progress and achieve their goals. We will focus on improving your nervous system, movement complexity, and capacity to think/act under stress. This is an expanding process vital to building greater competence and confidence in your training, recreations, and life.