Don’t let recurring injury or mobility restrictions hold you back!

If you’re ready to improve your triathlon performance and achieve a new sense of accomplishment, get started with the first week of my online biomechanics course.

    What’s the number one thing most people are missing in their triathlon training?

    It’s not acquiring the best gear. It’s not honing in on their nutrition. It’s not performance analyses. It’s not sports massage.

    Most people are not training for efficient movement. Which allows you to conserve energy, train more with less stress, perfect technique, and reduce injury. 

    If you haven’t heard of biomechanics training, don’t worry. You aren’t the only one.

    Most of my clients had no idea that this type of coaching was even an option to help improve performance and reduce injury. But now, they’re definitely glad they have.

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    As a triathlete, I know how tough triathlon training can be on the body. I understand the worry that pops up when a small ache or pain appears and you fear it might turn into something that could prevent you from hitting your goals.

    While many of us make sure to keep an eye on how our bodies are doing or even push through pain or injury to compete, there is a way to have more confidence in your body’s ability to perform.

    Many people have come to me after spending time and money on improving gear, unsuccessful physiotherapy sessions, and multiple performance analyses to find that their problem comes down to poor biomechanics.

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    “I’ve managed to keep myself injury free this season and I believe one of the contributing factors is the alignment and strengthening work that I’ve been doing with Lorna.

    Regular assessments with Lorna ‘kept me honest’ and showed me how my body was getting more aligned and moving better – important for a performance-driven triathlete!”

    What is poor biomechanics and how does it affect my triathlon?

    Movement expert, Gray Cook, explains it best …

    Poor biomechanics refers to movement mistakes in which the body compensates and uses suboptimal joint alignment, muscle coordination, and posture.”

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    Basically, your muscles and joints aren’t working together efficiently in order to produce optimal movement or force.

    The tricky thing is that these little movement mistakes (or compensations) don’t immediately hurt performance.

    They compound over time to produce fatigue, inconsistency, and injury.

    Essentially, you can perform with poor biomechanics. In fact, you can excel because the body is an amazing machine.

    It will compensate where it needs to in order to perform the movement you need it to make.

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    … while it is possible for you to perform well even with poor biomechanics, you will eventually experience that nagging pain in your knee, a sore shoulder, or irritating hip pain.

    These are the experiences that take away the enjoyment of training and make you feel more exhausted than necessary. 

    So, all of those movement mistakes (which are often difficult to spot with the untrained eye) will eventually compromise your gains over the long term and quite possibly set you back in the end.

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    The good news is that correcting your biomechanics is really quite simple.  And, regardless of whether you’re just starting out with your first race or you’ve been competing in triathlons for years, biomechanics training is something essential for every level.

    Biomechanics training will:

    • Conserve energy
    • Keep you relaxed
    • Allow you to train more and compete with less stress
    • Reduce soreness, pain, and injury
    • Help you excel in both the short and long-term

    If this sounds like something you want to embrace, then it’s time to get started.

    You can message me right now via Facebook Messenger to discuss what struggles you’ve been facing during your training or ask me questions about how I can help you to improve.

    In the meantime, you can check out the first week of my online course, which focuses on pelvic function.

    The pelvis plays a major role in not only the lower body, such as leg length discrepancies, low back pain, and sciatica, but also the upper body as well, including shoulder pain.

    When you fill out the form below, you receive:

    • An email with a PDF outlining the four exercises to improve pelvic function, and which exercises to perform over the next 7 days.
    • You’ll also receive an email each day that includes video instruction on how to perform the exercises for that day.

    This is the first step in re-aligning your mechanics for a more resilient and capable body.

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