Chronic injuries plague almost all athletes. This prevents
them from training consistently thus affecting their
overall performance. Learning injury prevention
techniques will lead to reduced risk of injuries thus
allowing one to train more consistently.
In this workshop, participants will learn how to manage
and resolve chronic injuries in the lower body and
prevent them from coming back.
The workshop will focus on the following chronic
1) Lower Back
The workshop will discuss the following in relation to the
above mentioned chronic injuries;
1) The cumulative injury cycle and how it leads to
2) Muscle quality and its relation to length and tension
3) How to reduce muscle tension
4) How to increase muscle extensibility
5) Strength training protocols
6) Nutrition to improve muscle quality and injury
Course fee: MOP900/day or MOP1,600 both days
Time: 7-10pm each day
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book by 20 May 2015
Aldrin is the founder of Ziklag fitness in Singapore. He has been a strength and conditioning specialist, Rehabilitation and Corrective work specialist and soft tissue therapist for more than 15 years and counting. He owns two fitness and rehabilitation facilities in Singapore. He is the only registered Active Release Techniques (ART) Practitioner in South East Asia. He combines a unique blend of dry needling techniques, visceral manipulation, ART and other soft tissue modalities in his sessions with his clients. His clients ranges from general population to professional sports teams and athletes.
Aldrin has been conducting workshops both in Singapore and Malaysia for a few years and is bringing his unique methodology to Macau and Hong kong.