Powering Through Performance Seminar #1 'Pain & Performance'
Powering Through Performance Seminar #1 'Pain & Performance'
Powering Through Performance Seminar #1 'Pain & Performance'

Powering Through Performance Seminar #1 'Pain & Performance'

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Seminar will take place from 10am until 430pm on 18th of April.

During this seminar we will try define what pain is and isn't, what it may mean to our clients and athletes. How strength and conditioning ideas on pain are often down stream of physiotherapy and medicine and how this mixes with ever present toughness culture prevalent in sport. 

We'll cover assessment, modeling movement expression, when it matters and when it doesn't. And how we have the power to enable and disable with assessment. How high performance athletes can succeed despite 'pain'.

How we can manage the in pain client, covering concepts like load management, athlete client idiosyncrasy and how we can modify exercises and we can leverage novel approaches like, smart exercise substitution, self care, breathing and agile planning.  

What we can do to engage meaningful interventions using personal responsibility, well being and lifestyle based approaches to athlete client care.

Followed by a Q&A.

Location & Price

£120pp Early Bird until March.

Powering Through Performance, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 0JU. Parking is extremely limited so we suggest using near by pay and display carparks, Regina Road or Riverside Car parks.

Your Presenters

William Wayland

William is Owner of Powering Through Performance Ltd, a Strength and Conditioning Gym located in the heart of Chelmsford Essex. William is also a Strength and Conditioning consultant to the European Tour Performance Institute. William has been responsible for the physical preparation of UFC fighters, Professional Boxers and Golfers from recreational to elite levels. 

Alex Kraszewski

Alex Kraszewski is a Physiotherapist currently working as a Team Lead within the NHS alongside and at Powering Through Performance. Alex has special interests in hip pain, barbell sports and high performance rehabilitation, and has studied under a number of world leaders in pain and rehabilitation. Alex regularly collaborates with fitness professionals to ensure a successful and swift return to exercise and sport.