• Improving Grip Strength

    “What do you grip, mate?”  How often have you come across that question? Exactly, never – grip strength isn’t exactly the most hotly disputed factor of strength. And it’s rare that people will talk about the big four exercises being; bench press, squat, deadlift and thumb squeezers. After all, one would think that in training a variety ... Read more

    Spinnin’ Around: The Benefits of Spinning

    Personal Trainer and blogger Alexis Fletcher gives us her weekly fitness, exercise and nutrition tips. This week Alexis gives us a run down on the benefits of spinning. For more, check out her ‘flex’ blog here I’m Spinnin’ Around! There’s no denying that everybody needs to have some sort of cardio workout. As you know it’s ... Read more

    The Perfect Home Workout

    Our resident personal trainer and fitness blogger, Alexis Fletcher, is back ready to hit 2015 with a new set of fitness tips, exercise and nutritional advice. This week, Alexis shares her perfect home workout ideas with step-by-step videos included making it easier than ever to get fit for the new year.  Happy New Year to ... Read more

    The Best Kettlebell Workouts 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 kettlebell workouts for women. Polly put the kettle on – and no, I don’t mean the one in the kitchen! Kettebells, originally hailing from Russia, have been used in the health and ... Read more

    Namaste: The Benefits of Yoga

    No longer merely the chill out method of Indian gurus or a fashion token for the hipster elite, yoga has seen a huge rise in popularity in recent years. Athletes spanning various sporting disciplines from football to MMA all sing the praises of the ancient techniques but what are the benefits of yoga and how ... Read more

    The Octagon: PhysioRoom.com’s Top 8 MMA Conditioning Exercises

    Get Fight Fit with these MMA Conditioning Exercises Every child of the 80’s and 90’s loves the idea of being a Wushu Warrior, Kung Fu Master or a Muay Thai specialist. But if the recent rise in MMA has taught us anything it is this; all the fancy spinning kicks in the world mean nothing without conditioning. In the close-quartered combat of ... Read more