Get a grip on things!
Join Meagan Beauchamp (MScPT) on February 9th from 7pm-9pm for an exciting hangboard workshop tailored for climbers seeking to better their performance. With Meagan’s expert guidance, you’ll dive into the world of hangboard training, covering essential topics such as:
- How to hangboard and where to start
- How to program your hangboard workout and create your routine
- Explore diverse hangboard protocols
- Finding your current grip strength through testing
- Know when to wrap up your hangboard session
Don’t miss the opportunity to enhance your climbing skills and finger strength! Secure your spot down below!
DATE: Friday, Feb 9th, 2023
TIME: 7:00PM – 9:00PM
PRESENTER: Meagan Beauchamp, Physiotherapist
- Have been climbing for at least 1 year
- No finger injuries in the past 3 months
- Proper hanging posture analysis
- Tips on selecting the right hangboard for your home/body
- Be taken through a complete hangboard session, including warm-up
- Grip strength testing
- Programming your hanging routine
- When to avoid hangboarding or stop in a single session
COST: (does not include entry into the facility)
$12 + gst*
Members receive a 10% discount on this course ($10.80 +gst).
Payment will be adjusted upon registration.
NOTE: This clinic will only run with a minimum of 4 people.
Scrambling, competitive rock climbing, bouldering/sport climbing, trail running, coffee, attending nerdy medical/climbing conferences, burgers, yapping, and of course long walks.
Meagan completed her Masters in Physiotherapy at the University of Alberta. She specialized in orthopedics, musculoskeletal, and sport-related injuries, in particular the complex injuries resulting from rock climbing. She has many years of experience tailoring, programming exercises and treatment plans for a variety of individuals including; the future Olympians of the youth team here at Blocs, numerous professional athletes as well as the general public.
Meagan has competed in both rock climbing and trail running at an elite level and understands the complex demands of training while balancing all the facets of life for enhancing human performance.
Physiotherapy is her passion and she enjoys freeing the climber’s body from stiffness, restrictions, and weakness. At Primus Physiotherapy, she gets great satisfaction from helping her clients understand their bodies better, improving their movement patterns, correcting the famed “climbers” posture and returning to pain-free stable movement with the knowledge to maintain the gains.
“Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it. ”