July 15, 2023
Functional Movement for Injury Prevention and Rehabilitation
Beth Davidson, Fencing@Home Founder, has recently partnered up with Pilates teacher Victoria Enaut to provide online Pilates classes for fencers. Her classes are specifically designed to help fencers with good movement technique, increased range of movement and stability so as to help them with injury prevention and rehabilitation. Her next class will be held on Saturday, 15th July at 10:00am UK time and booking is open.
“It’s a great opportunity to collaborate with Victoria and her expertise in Pilates to help fencers stay fit! Her insights in how our body can function better to improve and avoid injuries, fits perfectly to our core aims of the channel. Fencers around the world have been accessing these classes via Zoom, as recordings are available and links to exercises to follow at anytime!” – Beth Davidson
Victoria is a Body Control Pilates teacher with over 9 years’ experience of teaching movement. She took up fencing as a hobby over a year ago and quickly became interested in applying her knowledge of movement to the requirements of the sport so as to help her fellow fencers with injury prevention and rehabilitation.
“My focus is on increasing fencers’ performance by reinforcing good movement habits and improving their technical and physical fitness in a way that is most effective and efficient. I want to help fencers increase the range of movement of their hips, shoulders and spine and increase the stability of their ankles and knees. This in turn will feed into their general agility, balance and endurance!” – Victoria Enaut
Victoria is also keen to help set off the muscular imbalances caused by the asymmetrical nature of the sport so as to make sure fencers are able to go about your daily life and enjoy your other hobbies injury and pain free.
Email email@example.com if you wish to access the recording of the first two classes “An Introduction to Pilates for Fencers” and “Functional Movement for Controlled, Mobile Hips”