Mobility Programme

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MOBILITY ASSESSMENTS PROGRAMMING @ LOCKER 27 with HARRY CLOUDFOOT

Are you reaching a plateau with your training due to lack of joint mobility throughout your body? Are you aware you need to improve your worst areas but keep getting lost in the depths of unordered, online information?

 

Perhaps it’s time for you to take a mobility assessment with Harry and discover exactly where your current limitations exist so you can begin on the road to improvement…

Harry has been approached by many people who have an inkling their mobility is lacking and holding them back, yet have no idea where to start. With info hubs such as YouTube being full of unordered, non-specific information, it is no wonder these people have felt overwhelmed when beginning their mobility-improvement journeys. With Harry’s help, you will know where to begin and be given a 4-week mobility programme that is designed around the results of your 60-minute assessment; a procedure that takes a look at your current mobility status from head to toe.
Harry has been studying the realms of joint mobility since 2009 when he suffered a debilitating spinal injury to his S1 vertebrae, which he healed himself over a period of 9 months without undergoing any surgery, whatsoever.
Combining techniques and strategies from Christopher Sommer (Gymnastic Bodies), Eric Cressey (Cressey Performance), Dr. Andreo Spina (Functional Range Conditioning), Ido Portal (Ido Portal Method) and Kate Galliet (Unbreakable Body) to name but a few, Harry has put together a 60 minute assessment that takes a holistic view of your body’s ability to articulate and control the ranges of motion throughout its joints. Harry only uses methods that have been proven to get results from the aforementioned authorities in their respective fields. He has also tested these methods on himself to ensure they are not based on any empty claims.

The reasoning behind Harry’s service is simple; if you cannot control your joints independently whilst under zero load, you can expect problems down the line when you start to integrate your joints into more complex movement patterns that you simply don’t have the mobility to perform.

The only way you are able to improve the current range of motion in your joints is by actively and frequently using what you presently have, with control and consistency.
You’ve heard the axiom, “If you don’t use it, you lose it,” and it is true. Ignoring your mobility practice means you are permitting the corrosion of your body’s foundation. Your joints will naturally calcify and stiffen up, worsening over time and with age.

The first stage in gaining a useful range of motion in a joint is learning how to articulate that joint through a movement, independently and in a stable fashion.

Once this is possible with control throughout the entire desired range, it is time to integrate the joint into a more complex movement pattern. It is only once joint independence and integration has been achieved that you’re really able to progress and express the body how you wish.
Photo and video will be taken during your assessment to create a data-pool, from which Harry can analyse and design your mobility programme. You will be using a combination of; active-static and active-dynamic stretching, isometric contractions, self-myofascial release and loaded progressive stretching in your daily routine.

If you perform the prescribed exercises for 28 days in a row, you will feel the results. For most people, it’s a question of having a routine to follow, much like they have a training programme to get stronger or fitter. Following your mobility programme couldn’t be easier but you must commit to performing the exercises daily to get the best results.

Testimonials

“I have worked with Harry for a year now and I couldn’t be any happier with the results that have come into fruition. Harry’s attention to detail and eagerness to help has been quintessential in helping me to win the British University Championships and British Under 23s in Weightlifting. He has helped me by tailoring a programme to tackle my mobility issues that have been hindering my performance and as such I have enjoyed a big increase in both Olympic lifts. To anyone seeking to improve their performance, I couldn’t recommend anyone better than Harry.” – Tony Chea, Under 23 British Weightlifting Champion

Seeing Harry was a necessity for me to further develop my mobility. His assessment was very thorough, highlighting weaknesses and areas of development. From this he was able to produce a personalized programme that after following only for 2 weeks has further developed my mobility. I would recommend Harry to anyone who is interested in developing their body either for everyday life or sporting performance.” – Richard Briggs, British Open Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Champion

“I had an assessment session with Harry in November 2015. I had pain in my hamstrings and shoulders from my intense daily training. Harry was very thorough and had prepared the session with my problems in mind. Everything was very professional and precise. After a couple of days I received a complete mobility programme with the exercises divided into Day 1 and Day 2, as well as photos and videos. This really helped because it made the “homework” much easier. I have found the programme very beneficial and I feel I have gained mobility. I can absolutely recommend Harry Cloudfoot.” – Mia Della Casa

Terms and Conditions
– 60 min assessment and programme costs £100
– 50% deposit required to secure booking
– 72 hours notice required for cancellation of booking. Less than 72 hours notice will result in loss of deposit.

– Assessments are available on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturday mornings and will take place at Locker 27, Hamm Moor Lane, KT15 2SD.
– Harry is not a physiotherapist. If you are unsure if you are eligible for mobility programming, you should seek professional medical advice, first.
– Harry is fully covered with personal liability insurance.