The alternative gift for the athletic dad this Father's Day

The total Father's Day performance package includes a specialist physiotherapist guided session on the AlterG® Anti-Gravity Treadmill® and Wattbike - training and assessment kit used by elite athletes and NASA astronauts. Why not give your athletic dad a session under the guidance of specialist sports and rehabilitation physiotherapists, Lauren Bradshaw or Tom Quantrell, at Progress – The Cambridge Centre for Health & Performance.

  • To begin, the package will start with an in depth discussion about their general health, previous injury history and training goals
  • A full screening assessment will then be undertaken. This will look at general movement competency and may pick up on any areas that would be worth improving on to potentially reduce risk of injury or improve performance
  • There will then be a Watt Bike assessment. The assessment could entail a Functional Threshold Power Test (FTP) and take approximately 30 minutes if your dad is a cyclist looking to improve performance. Otherwise we can use the Watt Bike to distinguish left/right power discrepancies and analysis of pedal stroke
  • To finish, there will be an opportunity to have a session on the Alter-G antigravity treadmill

This Father's Day performance package will take 90 minutes and cost £99. It will take place at Progress – The Cambridge Centre for Health and Performance, Conqueror House, Vision Park, Chivers Way, Histon, Cambridge, CB2 9ZR.

To book tel: 01223 200580, email: info@progresshealth.co.uk or visit: www.progresshealth.co.uk

Progress Facilities - The Physiotherapy Suite

Something New for Father's Day

Arm him with the data – see the real picture of health and fitness

Is he recovering from surgery or injury and wants to know if he is moving correctly?

Is he suffering from a neurological impairment and need assistance with movement?

The AterG can be used for training and rehabilitation

It is for everyone with bone, joint, weight and general conditioning issues

It is increasingly being used to alleviate symptoms of multiple sclerosis and other neurologically-impaired conditions

It can demonstrate what you can’t feel e.g. gait in real-time and more

It provides objective data and monitoring enabling people to either prevent injury or optimize recover post injury or surgery

The Wattbike - measures watts, cadence and heart rate with scientific accuracy

The Wattbike can be used by everyone for training, testing and rehabilitation

The dual air and magnetic resistance system can recreate any required resistance with smooth transitions to replicate the feel of a real bike

Providing a safe and accurate training tool