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Biomechanics with Helen Mulhall at Halton

Your investigation was extremely thorough and your demonstration of the exercises themselves was clear and concise. I'm doing your exercises daily and can already see the improvement.

Amanda, Ivinghoe


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"I love watching people move"

Should your knees fall in when you squat? Yes. If you are in a controlled environment, ie. you are lifting your one rep max and can recover it. No if you a) have no idea you are doing it and b) if you did you could not correct it. There is a big difference.

Intrinsic Biomechanics is about those actions we do subconsciously ‐ not just in the gym environment but in everyday life. Movements that we take for granted but may well be doing incorrectly causing pain or imbalance in our body. Movements that could be placing strain on various joints, soft tissue and other muscles disrupting the body's ability to work efficiently. In some this appears as pain, in others loss of power and usually in a completely different part of the body to the actual problem.

Helen Mulhall - Biomechanics Coach


Boise State logoHelen Mulhall is a qualified Biomechanics Coach with Biomechanics Education. Since initially qualifying as a personal trainer she has become much more interested in moving people correctly and trying to help them improve their posture and alignment. She is now offering a Biomechanics Screening to help you understand where your own "problem areas" might be. The Screening will highlight areas of your body that are restricted and potentially affecting your ability to carry out day to day tasks, sports or activities competently. She can then extend this out onto the gym floor and advise on appropriate exercise or alternatively give you movements you can do at home.

The Screening takes approximately one hour during which you will be asked to carry out certain low level exercises. At the end of the Screening Helen will briefly discuss the results with you and follow this up with a written report.

The cost of the Screening is £59.95.

For full details visit Helen's website