Winterproofing Your Body.
We’re delighted to announce the first of what we hope to be a series of great live events for LWR members in 2017: Winterproofing Your Body. Hosted by Rapha at their Spitalfields venue, on Thursday 23rd February.
The talks will start at 7pm but feel free to join us earlier to have a browse over the latest Rapha winter wardrobe over a glass of wine or a coffee (courtesy of Rapha). Talks and Q&A will run until 8pm. There will be plenty of time to socialise after the talk with the evening ending at 9pm. The event will cost £10 and is open to all. LWR members will receive a goody bag. Book now (limited places available).
About the talks:
Winterproofing Your Body will give you the information you need to get be ahead next season, advising on key strength, conditioning and top injury prevention theory and practice, from experts and cyclists Nichola Roberts and Jo McRae . They will cover why pain can occur when cycling and how to prevent it, what exercises you should do and why, taking a ‘pre-hab’ approach; stopping injuries before they happen. The talks will also cover the benefits of using the swiss ball to bridge the gap between rehab/pre-hab and strength for cyclists.
About the speakers:
Nichola Roberts is @velophysio on Twitter. She is a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, and has worked within sports injury for over ten years. She completed a masters degree in Australia and in the last four years has focused on cycling and triathlon, treating both amateur and professional athletes. As an active cyclist and triathlete herself, she says:
“I understand the frustration when injury prevents participation in the sport you love. I established Velophysio to combine the knowledge, skill and enthusiasm of physiotherapy and cycling, in order to offer a unique service, and help people perform better.”
Jo McRae is @JoMcRae1 on Twitter. She is a rehab, fitness and performance specialist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, and Pilates instructor. With more than 15 year’s experience working full time as an exercise professional, she explains that:
“I have the knowledge, skills and experience to bridge the gaps between rehab, fitness and performance. I want to help you perform at your best in life and sport, pain and injury free, and energised and healthy. With a healthy and fit body to play with, you can live your life to the full, doing what you want, the way you want to do it.”
Currently her work is focussed on home or gym based personal training, and conditioning for cyclists. She recently released a new book; Ride Strong: Essential Conditioning for cyclists, published by Bloomsbury.
We’d love to see you there! Book now.