STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING FOR CLIMBERS
Strength and Conditioning for Climbers
Strength and Conditioning for Climbers is a 90 minute workshop (run by Level and Peak Training Lab) where we talk about specific strength training that you can take with you up the wall.
This workshop is for beginners looking to get into climbing, and climbers who’ve been climbing for a time but are slightly lost as to how to do things in the gym that directly add to your performance on the wall.
We’ll look at the theory of hand anatomy, the needs and demands of climbing and how friction works between your hands, feet and the holds, and run you through some assessments that will give us a clearer picture on how we can meet you where you are and take you to the next level.
Stuff you’ll learn:
– exercises for hip and shoulder mobility
– what goes into a heel hook and how to get yours better
– how to improve upper body pulling strength
– simple hangboard progressions
30 September 2023 (Saturday)
Time: 11:00am – 12:30pm
Location: 14 Robinson
$81 ($75 + 8% GST)
Dylan is the founder of Peak Training Lab, and a Strength and Conditioning coach in the Singapore Sports Institute. He completed his BSc (Exercise and Sports Science) from the University of Edith Cowan and was previously awarded top of cohort in PSB Academy’s diploma program (Sport and Exercise Science). He is a Category II referee for the International Powerlifting Federation and an avid climber.
Dylan works with a wide range of clients: from athletes to dancers, moms and busy professionals. He firmly believes in a scientific and evidence based approach to sporting performance and physical development.
John is a full-time coach at Level Singapore where he teaches his students how to move well and live life without pain through the medium of strength and conditioning.
In a past life, John was an actor, dancer and musician, and has worked with theatre companies, schools and bands as a multidisciplinary performer both locally and internationally.
John is more recently known for his time as a former national athlete in the sport of Weightlifting, where he still holds the national records in the Snatch, Clean and Jerk and Total in the 96kg bodyweight category.
John has proven his excellence across vastly different forms of human movements, and now helps others do the same.
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