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Message to all the Climbers who want to improve!
Yannick.Godfrin
18/10/2013
11:32:47 AM
Hello everyone,

You want to progress in your climbing experience?
You want to reach a certain level?
You want to prepare for competitions?

Then I have a proposition that might have your interest!

Gym training, effort management, tight weekly schedule with exercises, increase power, learn how to stretch muscles in an effective way, learn to listen to your body, get the best out of it within the limits of your own possibilities….. These are a few aspects I can share with you.

I'm a climber from Belgium and I'm planning to stay in Melbourne and around the Grampians for about a year.

I am passionate about climbing, and since I was 18 years old, improving performance, effort management, technical aspects about the sport have been key goals for me, be it for competition or for rock climbing. To reach the level I have today, I started training in an organised and structured way. Thanks to planned sessions and regularity I made serious progress. It is not always easy, but the satisfaction comes with the results!

Besides that, I've also been focusing on the theoretical aspects of training (reading specialized books, going to conferences, talking a lot with physiotherapists, osteopaths, world class sport trainers …).

With this background, and based on my own experience, I would like to share this approach with you:
- Create training schedules, personalised to your situation and your ambitions
- Lead climbing and or bouldering
- Optimize weekly training sessions

A completely personalised training schedule for 3-4 weeks would cost you only 70$.
It will allow you to progress fast, and to develop the approach later on by yourself. It is an investment in your climbing adventure, just as it has been for me, and still is!

Interested?

Call me on: 0499/594335
Or mail me at: godfrin.yannick@gmail.com

Hope to hear from you soon,

Yannick Godfrin

shortman
18/10/2013
11:36:08 AM
Would I have to give up beer or scotch?

BlankSlab
18/10/2013
12:00:41 PM
Do you have any formal training in coaching, personal training or any sports exercise science feild?
kieranl
18/10/2013
12:06:05 PM
On 18/10/2013 shortman wrote:
>Would I have to give up beer or scotch?
Yes. You can only drink one at a time.
Yannick.Godfrin
18/10/2013
1:57:59 PM
Hey,
Yes, back in Belgium I did a training as climber instructor (level 1), I've given climbing lessons/courses (mostly to children) for a couple of months.

Ben_E
18/10/2013
6:53:44 PM
On 18/10/2013 Yannick.Godfrin wrote:

>I've given climbing lessons/courses (mostly to children) for a couple of
>months.

Well, most folks on this forum are quite childish, so that experience should be ideal.
sbright
18/10/2013
7:01:08 PM
Shouldn't this be posted in Friday Funnies? It's funny.
Yannick.Godfrin
18/10/2013
10:43:06 PM
Hey guys, I'm trying to find some work in something that I'm passionate about, so please if you consider that as a joke, do it somewhere else!
Show some respect...

Big G
19/10/2013
6:55:56 AM
I think you've come to the wrong forum yannick but good luck
lacto
19/10/2013
7:35:26 AM
you have a work permit ? and have all the appropriate insurance cover , if not watch out you could be deported
hotgemini
19/10/2013
8:48:46 AM
What have you done on Grit?
mikllaw
19/10/2013
9:07:09 AM
well good luck I say, Australia is a tough crowd tho
(parentheticaly, making money out of the thing you love doesn't ever pay well and often ruins the passion)
widewetandslippery
19/10/2013
9:43:17 AM
Yannik, your name sounds a bit like Steffano.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1EY7lYRneHc

(thanks ML, I use it as an induction video at work).




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