• 8 Ways to Motivate You to Train Ft. Ultimate Performance & 1000 Mile

    For those of you who need a bit of inspiration to get up and get out, we teamed up with Ultimate Performance and 1000 Mile to come up with a few suggestions Let music give you a natural boost Runners equipped with earphones are a frequent sight on the streets, and many an exercise class … Read more

    Three Common Cycling Injuries

    As Chris Froome claimed the yellow jersey and celebrated his third Tour de France title today, we looked into three of the most common cycling injuries, including advice on how to treat them and ways in which PhysioRoom can help. ACHILLES TENDONITIS How it happens: As the strongest tendon in the human body, the Achilles’ … Read more

    Top 5 Tennis Injuries

    Every summer Wimbledon inspires so many of us to get out onto the court, whether we're a complete tennis newbie or an avid racket-swinger. As with any sport, tennis always comes with its associated injuries but though tennis elbow might be the first ailment that comes to mind, there are many more problems often found in ... Read more

    Top Tips to Kick-Start Your Pre-Season

    Are you back from your summer break, feeling fresh and looking to get back on track? Or perhaps you're still very much on holiday with little intention of keeping up with a strict routine, but want to keep one eye on what to do when you come back? As professional footballers around the country head ... Read more

    Why does Andy Murray wear ankle braces?

    Whether it’s Serena Williams applying kinesiology tape, or Rafael Nadal wrapping his knee for protection, it’s not uncommon to see elite professional tennis players competing while wearing some form of extra support. With that in mind, even the more casual tennis fans may have noticed that 2016 Wimbledon champion Andy Murray always seems to play ... Read more

    What I Learned From My First 5k

    Employee Bekki took on her first 5k last weekend. Here's her perspective on what to expect. Navigating a five-kilometre mud-drenched obstacle course probably isn't on many people's list of things to achieve this year, but the idea sounded strangely appealing when my workmates suggested that we complete the Race for Life to raise money for ... Read more

    What is Suspension Training?

    Suspension trainers have become a gym floor mainstay over recent times, claiming to assist in the sculpting of functionally sound muscle and for creating an environment in which one can learn difficult-to-achieve exercises. Building muscle with merely two over-sized elastic bands? Surely not. Yet over a decade after it was unleashed on the fitness community, ... Read more

    Five Things a Knee Cartilage Injury Patient May Encounter During Rehab

    Wednesday’s breaking news story dealt a huge blow to Arsenal supporters as well as England boss Roy Hodgson; Danny Welbeck has been ruled out of action for nine months following surgery on significant cartilage damage in his right knee. Welbeck limped off after just 24 minutes of his 15th Gunners appearance of the season against … Read more

    PhysioRoom Q&A with: Emile Heskey

    Our quick-fire question and answer session with Bolton Wanderers striker and former England international Emile Heskey. What’s the worst injury you’ve ever suffered? I broke my metatarsal while I was at Wigan and was out for nine weeks. I’ve actually still got a screw in my foot from it, but I can’t feel it and … Read more

    Pain Management: How Do You Solve A Problem Like DOMS?

    Whether you are pulling on your first pair of running shoes or just about to finish training for your tenth London Marathon, chances are that, two or three days after your workout, you may find yourself in some kind of pain or discomfort. This often debilitating muscle tenderness, sometimes referred to as ‘muscle fever’ is … Read more