• Wobble Boards and Cushions Explained

    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

    When to Use Deep Heat & Deep Freeze

    Whenever you sustain an injury it’s natural to want to get back out doing the things you love as quickly as possible. Whether you have suffered a muscular injury or you have damaged your ligaments, we all want to get the injury treated and to see it healing as quickly as possible. Is deep freeze … Read more

    Hot & Cold Treatment Guide

    Learn all there is to know about hot and cold treatment, including how it works, the treatments and products available, and more in our detailed buyers’ guide. Injuries, however serious, are never nice to deal with and many don’t fully understand how to treat them, which can cause delays in the recovery period. Whether you’ve … Read more

    Cold Compress vs. Heat Packs | PhysioRoom Blog

    Find out how to treat your injuries and conditions with hot and cold therapies. Learn how and when to use cold compresses and heat packs here. Just about everyone knows that both heat and cold can help treat sports injuries, but a lot of people don’t know specifically when it’s appropriate to use a cold … Read more

    The Importance of Staying Hydrated

    We’re taking it back to basics on this week’s PhysioRoom.com blog. We’re stripping it all the way back to the very essence of life, the key to it all folks…that’s right, h2o, water, the wet stuff. That wet stuff makes up around 55-60% of our body composition, so it’s fair to say that while exercising, ... Read more

    Rollers and Balls: How to Perform Self Massage

    PhysioRoom.com investigates how you can perform self massage Ah the foam roller – the bane of every runners life. From trigger point and myofascial release to general massage the foam roller has become a staple in every runner’s closet. That blue sausage of evil that lurks next to your kit bag and winks at you every time you wince down the stairs. … Read more

    The Great Fitness Swindle: Toning Exercises For Women

    Toning exercises for women If the above title didn’t have you ROFLCOPTERing your way around the office, PhysioRoom.com needs to educate you a little! One can only imagine the evil genius who first stylised this now infamous buzz word phrase feasts only the blood of his prey – with a Chianti chaser. It’s seen everywhere from Women’s Health to Heat Magazine implying that the ... Read more

    Guide to Resistance Training For Women

    Resistance training for women Personal trainer and fitness blogger Alexis Fletcher is back once again with more quirky insights into the world of health and fitness. Welcome to PhysioRoom.com’s guide to resistance training for women.     Many female clients come to me looking for a toned summer body look. But mention strength or resistance and they cower into the shadows ... Read more

    Strength Training for Women

    Using strength training to aid weight loss Personal trainer and fitness blogger Alexis Fletcher is back once again with more quirky insights into the world of health and fitness. This week Alexis uses strength training to aid weight loss! “Many of my female clients complain of the usual hard to reach weight loss areas – legs, bums, ... Read more

    Hangin’ from the Rafters: The Benefits of Suspensions Training

    What are the benefits of suspension training? PhysioRoom.com investigates. Potter around the gym floor in 2017 and a whole range of odds and ends, gimmicks and fads will no doubt be overflowing out of a randomly placed blue box in the corner of the room. Gym staff try and hide it, but it’s always there ... Read more