Episode 09: Return to Curling Part 1: Reverse Engineering your Goals 150 150 Stephanie Thompson
In today’s episode we start a 3-part series dedicated to safely and effectively returning to the curling ice. Whether your “off-ice season” was 4 months, or 15+ months, taking the time to prepare to step back on the ice after a break from the sport can help improve performance, enjoyment and decrease chance of injury.   There are only a few things we have individual direct control over when it comes to preparing for curling.   This episode walks you through how to reverse engineer your season; We look at where we want to go, where we are now, build a plan in the middle and prepare yourself to transfer your new skills and fitness on to the ice. Listen here & on your favourite streaming ap   Your offseason training doesn’t have to be complicated. But with a little foresight you can make sure that you are taking advantage of the summer months. If you want to make sure your return to curling experience is enjoyable, less worry inducing and sets you up for improved performance email steph@empoweredperformance.ca. Not sure if the EPVIP or DIY program is right for you? I’d be happy to set aside 10-15 min to chat about if and how an Empowered Performance program might be able to help you.   Make sure to follow to make sure you don’t miss out on parts 2 and 3.   Relevant links:   Coach Steph

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The Empowered Performance for Curlers Podcast

Episode 09: Return to Curling Part 1: Reverse Engineering your Goals

Stephanie Thompson

Stephanie Thompson


R.Kin, B.Ed, CSEP-CPT, Competition Development Coach in training, 200 RYT in training
On & Off Ice rehab & performance training. Providing tools and education to move better & play better.

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