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SoCo Performance has launched four new different types of functional fitness classes at their clinic in Leopardstown.
David Clancy (insta: @dclancyphysio), will lead the classes and will focus on targeting different areas that can form part of your rehab programme, part of your prehab programme, part of your injury prevention programme, part of your training programme, and everything in between!
There will be a limited timetable to
begin with, however if you would like a specific time and think you can fill
the class with work colleagues, friends or family, the team at SoCo will try to
The four classes include the following:
Time: 45 mins
Schedule: Thursday 5pm (Monday lunchtime
classes starting w/c 18th Feb)
Class description: Repair, Regenerate, Rejuvenate.
Class size: 5 people
This class is designed to help your
body recover from your lifestyle (training or otherwise!) excesses. It will
involve a mix of movement and resistance exercises to help you recover
optimally for your next training session.
A variety of equipment will be used such as foam rollers, reformers, kettlebells, medicine balls, power bands, swiss balls etc.
Schedule: Tuesday 1pm, Wednesday 5pm
Class description: become a “supple leopard”, as per Kelly Starrett’s mobility WOD structure.
This class will target deficits in
your mobility and help with overall tissue flexibility and joint mobility. It
will act as a nice maintenance adjunct to people that train or play regularly.
This will help contribute to reduced pain, injury prevention strategies, and
will impact positively on overall sporting performance.
Schedule: Wednesday 1pm, Tuesday 5pm
Class description: Bodyweight and resistance upper
and lower body strength will be targeted with proven scientific methods.
This class has been structured to
improve overall strength through the entire kinetic chain. This will involve
techniques employed with our multi-professional athlete base so you will train
like a professional athlete. This will target your needs and should help with
improving overall body composition and strength, whilst optimising overall
Schedule: Thursday 1pm, Monday 5pm
Class description: Core stiffness and postural
strength will be focused on to help with desk-bound individuals and athletes
across any sport.
This class has been designed to focus
on different elements of core strength and stability. Exercises involving
anti-rotational moves, static postures and hanging poses will be utilised to
improve spine health and target the muscles of the back and core musculature.
Core stability is crucial for everyday activity, from the smallest mundane
movement to the most demanding sporting movement. Come work on your core
stability through this class designed to challenge you in a variety of
functional positions and movements.
A variety of equipment will be used
such as foam rollers, reformers, kettlebells, medicine balls, power bands,
swiss balls etc.
If you are still on the fence about
joining, then why not grab a friend and head along for your first session which
will be on the house! Yes free! And as an additional bonus, there will be free
taster recovery food samples which include snacks and smoothies, courtesy of the
Gourmet Food Parlour. These goodies will be available for the first two weeks.
After that period you will be able to buy them post session.
Phone (01 293 2819) or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) to book a place.
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