Squat Therapy Workshop Details
Why squat? The squat is a vital, natural, and functional component of your being. In the bottom position, the squat is nature’s intended sitting posture. Only in the industrialised world do we find the need for chairs, couches, benches, and stools. This comes at a loss of functionality that contributes immensely to decrepitude.
On the athletic front, the squat is the quintessential hip extension exercise, and hip extension is the foundation human movement. Powerful, controlled hip extension is necessary and nearly sufficient for elite athleticism. “Necessary” in that without powerful, controlled hip extension you are not functioning anywhere near your potential. “Sufficient” in the sense that everyone we’ve met with the capacity to explosively open the hip could also run, jump, throw, and punch with impressive force. Secondarily, but no less important, the squat is among those exercises eliciting a potent neuroendocrine response. This benefit is ample reason for an exercise’s inclusion in your regimen.
Weak glutes and hamstrings are among the causes of bad squats. So are poor engagement, weak control, or lack of awareness of the glutes and hamstrings.
At our Squat Therapy Workshop, you will learn
What contributes to the perfect squat
Advantages of maximising a heavy squat
What a good squat feels like
Common problems and limitations
Why these deficits reduce efficiency of the squat
How to build the perfect squat
Come to our workshop to maximise your potential in the squat.
Unit 10, Clifton Road
Sunday, May the 28th 2017
Please arrive at 12:45 for coffee
Start 1pm – Finish 4pm
Tickets available through Eventbrite
Price per single ticket £50