• Ankle Plyometrics

    Background Plyometric drills decrease the reaction time of the nervous system in response to external stimuli. This allows the muscles to contract faster to prevent falling or twisting an ankle. The technique was first used during the 1960s and ’70s by eastern European athletes, who organised hopping and jumping techniques into specific plyometric drills. As … Read more

    Prevention & Treatment of 5 Most Common Triathlon Injuries


    Triathlon is a fast growing endurance sport that combines swimming, cycling and running. It’s a great way of keeping fit, but it’s also a very demanding activity and its competitive nature can lead to injury. Because of the varied formats of triathlon (sprint, Olympic and Ironman) and a lack of standardisation in injury surveillance, there … Read more