Cameron has been involved in top level sport since the age of 16, when he made his first national kayak team. His development in understanding movement and the body began with having an involvement in his preparation as an athlete through to studying at various tertiary levels to sharing his understanding with other international and national level athletes. The key point to all the sessions Cameron runs is the idea of functional ideal.
Functional ideal is built on the shape of our spine and our ability to stay long through the spine and breathe using the diaphragm.
A major turning point in Cameroon’s journey as a coach/trainer was the shift in thinking from training muscles to training movement and loading movement. Systems that have influenced his development and systems that will be explored in all sessions are Yoga, Dynamic Muscular Stability, a nervous system development program developed over a 30 year period by the Prague School of Rehabilitation and the use of power bands to load movement. The aim of all the sessions are to lengthen the spine, develop a breathing pattern that supports and
stabilises the spine (diaphragm breathing) and to undergo a series of Yoga Postures/stretches to address areas of tightness in the body. The sole purpose of the sessions is to create freedom of movement, develop true stability and to address areas of tension/tone in the muscles.
All stretching and posture classes are run by Cameron
pe of our spine and our ability to stay long through the spine and breathe using the diaphragm.