EventMedlemsevent – Träna dig frisk, stark och smidig med Matthew Griffiths!

April månads medlemsevent är en 2 h workshop med Matthew Griffiths, en av Sveriges ledande träningsprofiler.

Hi! It´s a wonderful pleasure to get the invitation to come and teach you all at Pilates Complete!

I want to share you my methods and training techniques that wil help enhance your current training and hopefully give you a another perspective to improve your current training.  In this 2 hour theory and practical workshop, we will talk about the importance of havning control and stability over standing movements, and why it is important to have variations and contrasts in your training. We will discuss the importance of looking after your fascia systems. I will give you easy tips and exercises to help you keep feeling energetic, strong and healthy!

 

Matthew Griffiths is an education provider and personal trainer within the fields of health and fitness. He is an ambassador for CASALL sportswear,  POLAR heart rate monitors, PROCEDOS, BMC Bicycles, KIA motors, SENSA and VIVOBAREFOOT.

Griffiths has presented his ideas in over 25 countries at events such as Asia Fit, Ihrsa, Filex and has also been consulting with companies such as KIA motors, Shell, SAS and Sony.

He developed the 70 workouts in the CASALL T.O.D – Training of the Day which has now over 500,000 users. Griffiths also co-developed the CASALL HIT concept, and is featured in the  CASALL H.I.T IPhone training app Matthew works as a Personal Trainer downtown Gothenburg, Sweden, as well as working as a teacher trainer and PROCEDOS Master trainer, This has allowed Matthew to teach industry professionals and consults for organizations such as Y.M.C.A, AFPT and The Academy PT school.

He has been used as a reference in several books and publications such as ELLE, MensHealth, GQ, SHAPE magazine, Esquire Vogue, Womens health.

Medlemseventet är kostnadsfritt för dig som är medlem. EVENTET ÄR FULLBOKAT!

Information om eventet

Startar 2017-04-19, kl. 18:15
Slutar 2017-04-19, kl. 20:15