Demand Share Webinars Now live
Introducing two new new webinars exploring a ‘Demand-Share Approach’ to managing injury risk of the lower limb.
Hamstring and calf injuries remain resilient despite extensive research and social media copy. The premise of the demand-share approach is that instead of placing focus exclusively on the tissue at risk (hamstrings/calf), consider and emphasis the efficiency and capacity of these structures’ muscle synergists.
A particular focus is placed on observing and interpreting movement patterns, targeting muscle synergies, and, ultimately, reducing demand on those tissues seen to be most commonly at risk.
In these two webinars, Steve Sparks and Lincoln Brlandford examine the application of this approach to different areas of the lower body:
The webinars cost £30 each.
Steve Sparks has worked at the top level of English football/(soccer) for over a decade. Steve explains and demonstrates his application of the demand share approach with respect to managing 'hamstring health', plus in a separate webinar, ‘soleus health’, by focussing on the relationship of muscle synergists and the application of a muscle classification model.
Head of Education, Lincoln Blandford, delivers lectures supplying insight on the principles that underpin the demand-share approach based on the publication Can we spread the risk? A demand-share approach to sustained hamstring health’ (Blandford et al., 2018) and a range of other, contemporary literature.