REGISTER AN ACCOUNT
Who's Online - 2 members and 30 guests
Powerlifting Advertising. Strongman Advertising.

Private Coaches in Edinburgh

Users viewing topic: & 1 Guest

EnterSandmanIconPrivate Coaches in Edinburgh25-05-2017 @ 09:20 
'at the moment'
Member 6138, 16 posts
Looking for a coach that could help me with my deadlift, especially my technique, I used to deadlift conventional and can't seem to get rid of lower back rounding (even before the start of the pull) which it caused me some strains on my glutes that put me off from deadlifts for a month. I am getting frustrated about it because deadlifts and squat are my favorite lifts. I know there is a powerlifting club at the university gym but unfortunately I cannot join because of my shifts, so I was wondering if you know any powerlifting/strongman coach that could help me to address my problems, whether is technique, mobility or weakness.
Thank you all
BaconWarriorIcon...25-05-2017 @ 11:32 
**INSERT BACON TAGLINE**
Member 3502, 1009 posts
SQ 240, BP 157.5, DL 275
672.5 kgs @ 110kgs UnEq
EnterSandman said:Looking for a coach that could help me with my deadlift, especially my technique, I used to deadlift conventional and can't seem to get rid of lower back rounding (even before the start of the pull) which it caused me some strains on my glutes that put me off from deadlifts for a month. I am getting frustrated about it because deadlifts and squat are my favorite lifts. I know there is a powerlifting club at the university gym but unfortunately I cannot join because of my shifts, so I was wondering if you know any powerlifting/strongman coach that could help me to address my problems, whether is technique, mobility or weakness.
Thank you all


I'd recommend: Marc Keyes (posts on here as IrishMarc); John Soulsby/ William brown @ Athlete training systems and Andy Smith are the three options I can name and all are very highly spoken of!
slimsimIcon...25-05-2017 @ 11:40 
My asshole is not watertight.
Member 2926, 5863 posts
SQ 217.5, BP 107.5, DL 225
550.0 kgs @ 86kgs UnEq
8-seater minibus or are you looking for a really big 32 seat coach?

Sorry, couldn't resist Roll-Eyes Grin
AdamTIcon...25-05-2017 @ 12:08 
AKA Big Rory
Member 4056, 4772 posts
Definitely would recommend Marc. If I were hiring a coach, I would choose either him, Tom or Aaron(AMH).
Funky_monkeyIcon...25-05-2017 @ 17:26 
Avatar
1kg of lamb chops is a days wages over here
Member 160, 4474 posts
SQ 190, BP 137.5, DL 225
552.5 kgs @ 86kgs UnEq
Definitely a +1 for IrishMarc. He invests a lot in continuing to develop himself as a coach and even flew to London to see me!

Post script - he actually came to learn from Sheiko.
BenvieIcon...25-05-2017 @ 18:29 
Avatar
embarrasingly poor bench
Member 2684, 4043 posts
SQ 240, BP 135, DL 275
650.0 kgs @ 103kgs UnEq
BaconWarrior said:
I'd recommend: Marc Keyes (posts on here as IrishMarc); John Soulsby/ William brown @ Athlete training systems and Andy Smith are the three options I can name and all are very highly spoken of!


Marc keyes definitely. My view is that if you want a strength coach you should go for one who is actually strong rather than the second 2.
© Sugden Barbell 2019 - Mobile Version - Privacy - Terms & Conditions - Website by Devto