DMS Coach Course

Here at The Movement & Running School, we have a very unique methodology. We like to share our information with other professionals and help them use our methods in their line of work. One way we do this is by running courses on our different methods in rehabilitation, movement and speed.

On Friday 18th November, The Movement & Running School hosted a Dynamic Movement Skills ® course at our Headquarters in Acton, London.

The course was led by Mike Antoniades, who gave an insightful view into the world of DMS ®, and also a very enjoyable practical that gave the teachers, coaches and physio’s in attendance a great look into how they can use DMS® in their line of work.

  For those of you who aren’t familiar with DMS®, it is a cutting edge movement methodology for children & adults that helps develop, refine & improve gross motor skills, coordination, agility & quickness. DMS helps to develop the neuromuscular system not only on how to move, but how fast to move. For a sneak peak into DMS® in action, see the DMS® video here:

The course went down very well with the people who attended, all agreeing that Mike’s stories were fantastic, and albeit tiring, the practical was entertaining and full of great ideas that they could take away.

Some great feedback was given by all, including:

 

‘Very inspiring and eye opening to the world of DMS and movement’

‘Very enjoyable, a lot of valuable information that will enhance my skills’

‘A more practical understanding of how to apply DMS’

‘Outstanding, very excited to share what we have learnt’

 

We have just announced a new date for a DMS Coach course in 2017, we are running it on the 3rd March at our London HQ centre in Acton. If you are interested in coming to the course or would like some more information on what the course provides, then head to:

http://runningschool.co.uk/product/dynamic-movement-skills-coach/

Or call us on 02087436047.

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Jerry Lockspeiser’s story

 



Jerry is a man on a mission. After years of playing football, he stopped due to the length of time it was taking to recover from injury. He decided to take part in the Great North Run in 2008 and now, Jerry does not stop.

He has been involved in 15 marathons since 2011, including 5 of the 6 Abbott Marathon majors, with his time getting gradually quicker.

His aim when starting with The Running School was to break 3 hours 30 minutes. He finally did that at the Valencia Marathon last month with 3 hours 27 minutes. Jerry believes that the Running School were a major reason for him being able to break 3 hours 30 minutes.

‘Number one, the Running School has improved my technique which has made me run better, faster and with more endurance. They have also taught me to think about my technique when running. I have also had a huge reduction in hamstring injuries which has been a huge bonus.’

When asked whether Jerry would recommend the Running School, he replied, ‘I regularly do! Why? Good results, nice people, nice atmosphere and very focused on each individual’s needs.’

Do not forget, Jerry has written a book, ‘Your Wine Questions Answered: The 25 Things Wine Drinkers Most Want to Know’ for all those wine lovers. The book is priced at £8.99 and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to The Millione Foundation to build primary schools in Sierra Leone.

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