A Guide to Improving and Maintaining Shoulder Performance
The Banff Sport Medicine Foundation is hosting this free and informative virtual event.
Having an understanding of what makes your shoulders tick is pivotal to ensure they perform at their best throughout your season be it climbing, mountain biking, nordic skiing etc.
In this talk, Jake Watson, Certified Exercise Physiologist and owner of Intrepid Performance Training, will discuss:
- optimal shoulder biomechanics;
- how to check your own shoulders are performing; and
- strategies you can apply through strength, stability and mobility training to ensure they are performing at their peak!
**webinar will be recorded and sent to all registrants**
WATCH the full presentation
REGISTER HERE: https://bit.ly/shoulder_performance
Thursday March 31st from 7 – 8 pm
This is a free event, however, please register to RSVP. Once registered, you will receive a Zoom link to attend.
If you decide to provide a donation, thank you!
Please know that your donation will go directly towards future education initiatives.
More about our Expert:
Jake Watson is an Exercise Physiologist and owner of Intrepid Performance Training. Originally from Western Australia, Jake completed a Bachelor of Science in Exercise & Sport Science & Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Rehabilitation at Edith Cowan University.
An adventure seeker at heart, Jake found his way to Western Canada, and now based in Banff/Canmore, Alberta. Jake brings a wide breadth of experience in the health and fitness industry to his current in person and remote training. His clients range from the everyday athlete to experienced mountain enthusiasts, to pre and post operative orthopedic patients and people with musculoskeletal issues.
Jake’s passion is unlocking elite performance, and educating and empowering the everyday athletes in the process. Whether it’s a podium finish, or working towards a pain free life (or some combination of the two), Jake is truly fulfilled when his clients embrace their limitless potential.
Jake holds a Canadian Society of Exercise Physiology High Performance Specialization as well as a number of other postsecondary certifications in both performance and rehabilitation.
Outside of the clinical setting, Jake also previously sat on a number of boards including several years as the Alberta Director on the Canadian Kinesiology Alliance Board of Directors.
Jake is an avid mountain biker, snowboarder, outdoor enthusiast, and working on his new found Canadian hobby, hockey.