Last week when out walking in my local forest I ventured up to Union Rock to take in the stunning views of Sligo and it’s surroundings on a warm Summer’s evening. I don’t do much hill walking or climbing but the addition of wooden steps to local mountain paths makes climbing easy and accessible. I have however met people who don’t like the steps because they find them tiring on the legs and get out of puff quickly. I would have felt the same a few years ago but having found Systematic Kinesiology for balancing muscles I am able to switch on and engage my guteal and quad muscles to give me extra power on the hills. When these strong leg muscles are balanced and working well it’s a bit like having extra gears on a bicycle. They provide the push and power when the going gets tough. For anyone who finds the steps are more challenging than expected we can make them seem flatter! A Systematic Kinesiology session will help to strengthen and energise important hip and leg muscles so climbing becomes easier and more enjoyable. For appointment call 086-8138963 or use the website contact form.