Dynamic Movement Skills Workshop


Tuesday 10th March 2015

6:30pm - 7:30pm

Run and Become, 20 Queensferry Street, Edinburgh, EH2 4QW


Dynamic Movement Skills WorkshopLearn to run more efficiently and train smarter with The Dynamic Movement Skills System (DMS) workshop. The workshop will aim to help you see simple things that can be done to improve your all round strength and form.

“DMS is a training and rehabilitation methodology that stimulates the Central Nervous System and helps to refine and develop neuro-motor patterns, gross motor skills, balance, rhythm, coordination and agility.”

Simply put, it is a fun way, with simple exercises carried out on a small mat to assess anyone’s general movement patterns. Weaknesses can be spotted, identified and by gentle exercises worked on to improve form and co-ordination. This naturally leads to increasing performance and identifying imbalances that can lead to injury.

By training the Central Nervous System this way we can relearn correct movement patterns lost through injury and lifestyle. This leads to less injuries and helps us to reach our full potential.

This speed development can reduce ground contact time, leading to increased efficiency and speed.

DMS works in all three planes of motion and dynamically works the core, crucial to efficient running form.

It's also great fun, challenging and a time efficient way to improve your running performance and reduce the risk of injury, and we all could do with some of that!

Matt HollandMatt Holland is a qualified sports therapist, advanced sports and remedial massage therapist and is a fully qualified fitness and conditioning coach. He is involved with UK Athletics, has lectured privately and in higher education and is also a qualified triathlon coach. Alongside this he has also written articles for national running magazines and had articles published relating to treatment of running injuries. Matt has represented Great Britain in triathlon but his passion has always been running.

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