Recently we collaborated with Dynamic Rehab physio and Pelvic Floor guru Danielle Lapointe to deliver a series of workshops highlighting the importance of looking after our pelvic floor muscles, and empowering participants, coaches and trainers to better understand this crucial muscle group.
If you missed out, watch the video below, and download the workshop notes.
Workshop notes – Participant workshop
Workshop notes – Instructor/coach workshop
View the presentation
Putting Your Pelvic Floor First – Workshop
Putting Your Pelvic Floor First – Participant Workshop last night was a huge success, thanks to all that attended. If you missed out, here's the video! Brought to you by Total Body / Power Plate Authorised training Center, Dynamic Rehab Ltd and Sport Gisborne TairawhitiWant to view the slides while you watch?https://prezi.com/view/ksitRbxPogpBP7RJKGqE/
Posted by Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti on Tuesday, August 22, 2017
Everyone has their own favourite way to the top of the maunga! Check out this awesome map of all the trails available on the hill, and if you haven’t yet travelled them all, try something new! There’s no need to only travel the road this year.
Take your pick and start climbing! You’ll be able to earn all of these badges on our new live leaderboard, but if you’d rather slide a magnet along on your fridge, head into Sean Shivnan Pharmacy to pick yourself up one of our wall charts or download here.
One of our most popular events of the year is just around the corner. The Titirangi Mt. Everest Challenge is a 7 week event when people of all ages walk, run or cycle up Titirangi (Kaiti Hill) 68 times, which is equal to the height of Mount Everest. You can do it solo or as part of a team to help motivate each other.
This year, we’ve got some very exciting changes in store for the event! Our hard-working website elves are currently building a live, online leaderboard to track your (and your team’s) progress, toward conquering Everest.
We can’t wait to share all the details with you! In the meantime, get warmed up by tackling the maunga a few times and recruit a team of friends and whanau to join you in the challenge!