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Triathlon Biomechanics

The Triathlete Biomechanics Assessment focuses on the main joint functions required for swim, bike and run, looking at your function for any limitations in the movements you need to perform each sport efficiently

What is Involved?

A Triathlon Biomechanics assessment covers all four of our sporting assessments within one booking:

Full body, Running, Cycling and Swimmers, looking at your functional range for any limitations in the movements you need to perform each sport efficiently.

We then provide an athlete focused report which is easy to understand, and your 14 day plan is designed to improve joint function by releasing sub-clinical spasms which are preventing optimal movement.

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Book Online

Start to improve your movement by booking your Mobility Assessment securely through Online.

Your assessment will take place at our private gym in Ormskirk unless otherwise agreed and will take around 60 minutes. We will give you an initial overview immediately after, with a technique to help improve your mobility and movement then send a follow up email with a written report and links to additional exercises linked to our website or YouTube channel. We pride ourselves on always being an email or phone call away if you need extra help.

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    1 hr

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What Happens…

In a full body assessment we take your body through a range of movements, using evidence based research, we can assess whether each movement is within range for a normal functioning body or look at obtaining a greater range for high performance. 

Most of the tests are completed on a massage table, which you may need to sit down for and there are a few where you stand up. You will be barefoot for most of the tests, although some tests require trainers or running shoes. Wearing leggings or shorts makes testing easier, I recommend a sports bra for women, and ideally a sports vest or t-shirt. One of the spine tests involve me looking at your back, so it is helpful if you’re happy to lift your top at the back ladies, or go topless for the men. If you’re really uncomfortable about that it’s fine, we can just leave that test out.

Once the tests have been completed we’ll provide you and your coach (if you have one) with the results and I’ll provide a 14 day plan to address any issues we uncover.

Please be aware that I cannot perform an assessment on a client experiencing “pain” without them consulting a GP first. I am not a clinician and cannot diagnose the cause of pain, and it’s always best to seek medical help with the issue first. I am happy to assess other areas of your body as they may be contributing to the pain you’re experiencing, but I will not assess a painful area without a GP report. 

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After Your Assessment

Prepare, Strengthen & Stabilise

Once we have completed your assessment I will provide an athlete focused report which summarises the findings. A Full Body Assessment includes a detailed clinical report, ideal for clinicians or athletes and coaches with a good understanding of anatomy.

I’ll explain what movements are being inhibited and I’ll give you a 14 day plan so we can get you moving correctly again. It can take longer than the 14 days but every individual body has a different start, history and will adapt differently but many clients see huge improvements once they complete that 14 day plan.

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