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- Hip and Thigh Injuries
- Horse Riding
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Category Archives: Injuries
Injuries are a runner’s worst nightmare and trying to avoid these injuries is key to successful training, however a high proportion of these problems are easily avoidable.
We all marvelled at the fantastic fitness and abilities of the athletes at London 2012. To watch the top people in their sports competing in the Olympic Games was a joy to behold. It was humbling to witness their talent … Continue reading
Almost all vegetable and plant foods contain carbohydrates. These break down into sugars during the digestive process and provide fuel for the body. Some of these sugars reside in the muscles as glycogen.
The combustible Manchester United and Liverpool derby match at the weekend was inflamed by the red card given to Jonjo Shelvy. The red card was first used at the World Cup of 1970 as a language-neutral way of communicating that … Continue reading
This year is the 30th anniversary of the exercise video. In 1982 film star Jane Fonda released a video called the Jane Fonda Workout. It was a smash hit and it had all sorts of people up and down the … Continue reading
Your exercise plan will depend on how fit you are at the moment. Obviously if you are completely unfit you will not be able to do the same exercises as someone in better shape.
As the old saying goes ‘you don’t know what you’ve got until you lose it!’ and that was certainly the case during the International Break, with the 2012/13 EPL campaign still in its infancy my Fantasy Football tinkering is already … Continue reading
“We respect them for the good players that they are, but at the end of the day if you have to kick them, you kick them.” Kenny Miller, Vancouver Whitecaps and Scotland.
It is a truth universally acknowledged that there is always a greater reason not to do a given task than to do it. This is because it is easier to do nothing than to do something.