• Britain’s Achievements in Sports

    I watched the BBC Sports Personality of the Year last night. Well if truth be told I flicked between that and Tottenham and Chelsea Premier League match. The Sports Personality of the Year shortlist does underline the massive British achievements in a variety of sports. I did however find the result slightly bemusing, cyclist Mark … Read more

    #FAIL: 5 Of The Worst Self-Inflicted Sports Injuries

    In the wake of West Ham’s Enner Valencia standing on a cup and injuring himself, we have looked into some of the most ridiculous self-inflicted injuries ever seen in the often amazingly daft, dangerous and downright dim-witted world of professional sport. Viewer discretion is advised. Enjoy! 1 – Maurides : You’re a footballer son, not … Read more

    Fittest Footballers

    It is not a name that trips off the lips in any conversation about football but Harold Bell is a record breaker. He played an amazing 401 consecutive league games for Tranmere Rovers between 1946 and 1955. This is an exceptional achievement for a number of reasons. First, he played most of his career in … Read more

    Jack McIntosh on Diet

    As part of our series following World’s Strongest Man competitor Jack McIntosh we decide to get our teeth around that all important diet. The stats on Jack   Age: 24 Lives: Kendal, Lake District Height: 6’4″ Weight: 23 Stone Bench: 240kg Squat: 310kg Deadlift: 410kg Diet Special   As a strength athlete how important is … Read more

    Running Injuries | Running Injury Prevention & Treatment

    Running Injuries Running is a relatively low injury risk sport, but there is a danger of overuse injuries in distance runners who follow a high mileage training programme. PhysioRoom Running Injuries channel explains the latest advances in sports injury treatment for common running injuries such as runners knee (ilio tibial band friction syndrome), shin splints … Read more