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We’re three weeks in to our interview series with Jack McIntosh. With the World’s Strongest Man competition taking place at the end of the month we focus today’s chat on his training schedule.
We share our thoughts on the upcoming Semi Finals.
At the time of writing there have, thankfully, not been at any major injuries at Euro 2012. Football can be a dangerous sport but the main problem these days seems to be fatigue.
In February, Lewis Moses became the National Indoor 1500m Champion. Now, the 25-year-old has a chance to be a part of London 2012. PhysioRoom.com catches up with him during his busy training schedule for more…
The goal celebration has become almost as important as the goal itself these days. Bobby Charlton would celebrate with a simple handshake with a team mate and Alan Shearer famously just lifted one arm.
After receiving a cancer diagnosis, such as mesothelioma, breast cancer or any other type of cancer, exercise might be the furthest thing from your mind. But even most oncologists will say that exercise can be extremely beneficial before, during and … Continue reading
PhysioRoom.com continues to follow British Boxing hopeful Anthony Ogogo on his goal to reach London 2012. In our latest interview we explore his training schedule.
RSI is short for Repetitive Strain Injury which is caused by constant repetitive motion. This usually happens in the workplace in tasks such as typing or on a production line.
On Monday 27th February, comedian John Bishop set out on an epic journey that was to cover 290 gruelling miles over five days all in the aid of Sport Relief, where so far an amazing £1,660,198 has been raised.