While the founder ofLimber Sports Performance Lauren Skopal was performing at the prestigious Europa Park Dinner Show this summer she also took the time to visit Polearts in Freiburg to share some knowledge with the students and teachers there.
At Limber Sports Performance we like to keep you up to date with the latest Evidence Based Nutrition knowledge out there in Australia. Recently the Australian Medical Association released a position statement on Nutrition and here is an except for you which reminds us of some important factors to improving our eating habits. The full article and references are linked at the conclusion.
One of the best things about Melbourne, apart from being one of the most liveable cities in the world, is the great talent of teachers and classes available in the performing arts and fitness industries. When on tour or holidays, it's always a challenge to find the same facilities in a new city and keep your fitness to the same level. To help other performers and fitness enthusiasts to save time in finding the best places to train Lauren from Limber Sports Performance has created a series of blogs for different cities in the world. We hope this helps and please feel free to get in touch if you have some other suggestions to add to the list.
Professional Aerialist and gym instructor Bray Buenrostro, brings you to 4 top food supplements that will help maintain your body in perfect conditions to keep up with the demands of aerial acrobatics.
I've played high-level sports nearly all my life and my body (now in middle age) has suffered through multiple torn calves, hamstrings, groins as well as numerous ankles shoulder and knee injuries. I originally joined Limber stretch class in response to constant testing of my calves, plantar fasciitis/Achilles’ tendon issues.
I am now very happy to say that I haven't torn a calf for maybe 3 months and my legs, back, and torso are all far more flexible and stronger as a result
Our handstand coach Simon always talk about "time on the hands" as the key to success in handstand training. As you can see our handstand class in Windsor is a complete upper body strengthening and mobility program unlike anything else in Melbourne. Come and join us Windsor Tuesday and Friday evenings, all levels welcome firstname.lastname@example.org
Chelsea Calisthenics excelled last Thursday in their intense 2 hour workshop focused on flexibility and handstand drills. These little ones, proved that they are up to the standards of a professional performer by completing the FLEX-PRO program designed by Limber Sports Performance
Flexibility training was never so much fun until now. Limber Sports Performance flexibility specialist Lauren Skopal has given Calisthenics Crown a twist with her Flexi-Calisthenics program. Not only do the club members receive an structure workshop but they also get a progressive way into gaining and becoming more flexible!
Kooyong Tennis Club now have Lauren Skopal from Limber Sports Performance designing new Pilates programs for them. Lauren is a Stott Pilates Certified Trainer, Sports Science Honours Graduate and an elite athlete with lots of knowledge to share. Kooyong Members should come and enjoy her Power Pilates class Thursdays 6-7 pm!
All classes are per usual up to and including Friday 23rd December Handstands 8-9pm! Classes in-between Christmas and NY: Thursday Flexibility 7-8pm with Simon Friday Handstands 8-9pm with Simon January Timetable starting 3/1/17 -27/1/17 (Please note the time changes) Monday Flexibility 7-8pm with Leigh Tuesday Handstands 7-8pm with Simon/Leigh Wednesday Flexibility 7-8pm with Leigh Friday Handstands 7-8pm with Simon/Leigh *Flexibility classes in January with 7 students or more will be extended to 1.5 hour classes
On Friday November 13th 2015 we will be starting a second time slot for our Melbourne Handstand classes giving you the opportunity to train handstands twice per week! That's right Tuesdays 8.15-9.15pm and Fridays 8-9pm.
We would like to welcome to our coaching team Sophie Briggs. Sophie is a very experienced dancer and has recently arrived back from Japan where she worked for four years as a dancer, aerialist and diver at Tokyo Disney Resort.
Grab a copy of the latest issue of Women's Health & Fitness Magazine (VOL 20 NO.7 2014) and take a look at pg 50 where they interviewed Limber Sports Performance Owner Lauren Skopal on 'How to get a Dancer's Body.'
Congratulations to Limber Sports Performance athlete Meg Cooney on her amazing results at the 2013 Cheerleading World Championships in Orlando, Florida. Meg was a member of the All-Girl Team Australia which placed 2nd and the Outlaws Fugitives which placed 4th. What a fantastic result!!