Biomechanics Screening with Tjalle

I recently gave Tjalle, one of the owners of Natural Born Runners, a Biomechanics Screening. We’ve met at  Sport371, where I’ve been working a lot lately and where Natural Born Runners sell sport shoes.
He wrote a blog post about his experience, that he posted here. Beware, it’s in Dutch ;)

The truth behind the photo

We’ve just posted this new photo on the slideshow that’s on the home page of the website. I was originally looking for a stock photo I could buy to demonstrate highly driven, hard working women with a slant on triathlon. It was really a challenge to find and I was disappointed to see this type of […]

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    Movement Convention – Learning About Various Applications of Biomechanics Coaching

Movement Convention – Learning About Various Applications of Biomechanics Coaching

I recently went to Loughborough University for a Movement Convention – a day of filling my brain with lots of new information. There was so much to take in that on the Monday after my mind was blank. But now I’ve had a some time to reflect, I would like to share a few […]

Tina’s diary – After three Biomechanics sessions

Guest blog post – Tina has written a blog about the 3 Biomechanics sessions she’s had with Wilson’s Workouts. Thank you so much for your feedback, Tina! 
Imagine – spending a Sunday morning out running through the beautiful parks of Amsterdam, afterwards stopping for a coffee with friends… and not being in pain! Not starting […]

Inspiration for the Politie Triathlon

On Saturday I completed my second last triathlon of the season, the Politie Triathlon (the one that I have been putting all my efforts into).

I’d been watching quite a lot of sport during the week and I really took some inspiration from two athletes that I had seen.  Interesting neither were British, which for me […]

Biomechanics And Baby Wearing

A few weeks ago I met with Michelle, founder of Mamahub, a space where parents come to seek advice on wellbeing and healthy living. Rather than using a buggy, pushchair or pram, Michelle wears her baby Cara.

Baby wearing is centuries old and has been practiced around the world in many different cultures. Working with […]

Biomechanics – Tried and Tested by an Iron Man

I am privileged to be part of a great triathlon club in Amsterdam called ATAC. This means I meet a lot of amazing athletes who are achieving amazing things and are very inspiring.

One of them is Matt. He is a very active member of the club, a real live Ironman and also a Triathlon […]

ATAC Workshop

A couple of weeks ago, Natalie from PhysioMatters and I gave a workshop at ATAC – the Amsterdam Triathlon and Cycling club.

I’ve been a member at ATAC for more than a year now, and the idea to give a workshop there was a way of giving something back to the club. Also, I know […]

Back Pain – Spotted and Relieved

One of my clients started Personal Training sessions with a sore back – he had been suffering from back pain for quite a while. When we started training, he was doing a lot of compensation and was feeling discomfort in his back even during basic exercises.

I screened him and found where the dysfunction was […]

Biomechanics – Q&A With Chloe De Roos Feinberg

What made you try out a Biomechanics Coach?

I was training for a half triathlon in Mallorca May of 2013. (2500 m swim, 80 km bike ride and 20 km run). I was going to do it with my husband and two other friends. While training, I started getting this sharp pain in my knees […]