• Ankle Taping – How do you Tape an Ankle with Tape?

    Ankle Taping is just one of many body parts that can be secured for prevention and treatment of sports injuries. There’s a vast array of different techniques used not just for each body part, but for each area of injury themselves, depending on the condition. We must point out, this is no alternative to visiting … Read more

    How to do Tape Jobs with Kinesiology Tape – A Simple Guide

    Kinesiology Tape Jobs Have you ever wondered how an athlete actually tapes themselves up for competition? Those tape jobs with pieces of Kinesiology Tape elaborately shaped to help with certain injuies are often hard to work out. That’s why we’re going to show you how to tape some of the simplest parts of your body … Read more

    How do you use Kinesiology Tape? – The Basics

    You’ve heard of Kinesiology Tape, or K Tape as it’s commonly known, but how exactly do you use it? Let us run you through the basics. Before we start, here’s a few terms to be aware of: Anchor – The correct terminology for the end of the tape, usually the last two or three inches. … Read more

    Proprioception Exercises

    In today's PhysioRoom Blog, we're going to look at some exercises you can use to improve or rebuild your proprioception after injury, or even to help prevent it in the first place. What is Proprioception? Proprioception allows humans to control their limbs without having to look directly at them, it's that overall sense of body ... Read more

    Boxing for Beginners

    The Boxing world can be intimidating to those who’ve never peaked inside. Everything from the clanging of metal chains to the slapping of leather on leather as glove assaults bag can give the certain impression of a machoistic culture But look a little deeper and you find the comradery, discipline and most importantly the fitness … Read more

    Introduction to Kettlebells | PhysioRoom.com

    Aptly named due to its similarity in appearance to some sort of old-school cast iron kettle, the kettlebell is a workout tool that can trace its roots all the way back to 18th century Russia and the circus strongmen that used them. Fast forward a few hundred years and you will have definitely happened across … Read more

    10 Simple Dumbbell Exercises for Beginners

    We’ve all been there… You’re sat at home watching tv, the orange dust of the bag of wotsits you’re chomping on stains your fingers, when an advertisement flashes on to the screen with ripped bodies and PULSATING pieces of raw flesh, and you think “yeah…yeah I fancy a bit of that!” so you lick your … Read more

    Suspension Training Explained | PhysioRoom Blog

    If you’ve ever stopped during your workout at your local fitness centre of choice and taken a glance around the wider world of the gym floor, you may start to notice just how many contraptions, accessories and tools people employ to achieve their goals. Be it kettlebells, balance trainers or foam rollers, there’s always something … Read more

    Wobble Boards and Cushions Explained | PhysioRoom.com Blog

    Today’s PhysioRoom Blog is going to take a look at wobble cushions and boards. What they are, what they do, and how they can help with injury rehabilitation and even with kids with ADHD Now of course, both wobble boards and cushions both have several benefits, many falling at  cross section between the two. But … Read more