• Social Media Competition Terms and Conditions

    Suspension Trainer: Twitter, 11/05/16 The Suspension Trainerˣan be used at home, in the gym and even outside. It is designed to leverage gravity and your bodyweight, allowing you to perform hundreds of exercises as well as adjust the position of your body to increase or decrease resistance. This competition has been organised by PhysioRoom, on … Read more

    Gym Essentials For Your Home

      1. Gym Mat Stretching before and after your workout is a must so having the right space to warm up and cool down is highly important too. A gym mat provides a soft surface which is not slip, transportable and easy to clean. Why not try a gym mat that is made to a … Read more

    First Aid Kits play Vital Role in Premier League Injuries

    Hot off the press! As seen in this month’s Four Four Two magazine, PhysioRoom.com has complied all the vital injury stats from the Prem Season.

    We’ve partnered up with the national football publication Four Four Two to bring to light the crucial role first aid kits can play in the fight against Premier League sick days. From the biggest offenders to the most common injuries of the Prem Season, PhysioRoom.com has it all.

    Here’s your chance to take a look again at our popular feature if you missed out!

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    Who’s Using What

    If anyone knows the value of a good healing aid it’s a professional sports player. Almost every week an athlete is spotted sporting something we at PhysioRoom.com are proud to stock.

    Here’s are just a few well known faces we’ve seen…

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    Back in the Saddle

    Horse riding is a passion I have had from a very young age and, after a 12 month break, I am finally back in the saddle and loving every minute of it. ˔he only downside is the aches and pains from using muscles not accustomed to the job I suddenly asked them to do again. Stretches, keeping mobile and hot soaks in the bath (Deep Heat Bath Foam) helped me through it.

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    Sprained Ankle Update

    As I recovered from my sprained ankle, I gradually reduced the wearing of an ankle support, until I wasnִ wearing it at all for speed sessions on the road and gentle training runs off road, but was not sufficiently confident to leave my ankle unsupported during longer or harder training sessions on the fells.

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    Team Emotional @ PhysioRoom.com

    So then here we are again, 3 weeks since my last post but, am I 3 weeks fitter?? Hmmmmɠhard to say, but I doubt it ɠYou see, I֭ like a classic car in a way, wrapped up from the cold throughout the winter, stored in a nice warm protective environment scared to leave in case the best of the British weather chips away at my elegantly defined paint work and clogs my engine with the gritty remnants of an ice cold winter to forget. My knees hurt, my lips practically fall to bits and the whole experience is unpleasant to say the least. However, the tide is a turning and with it comes a new dawn, a new found surge of energy and enthusiasm; and like my faithful Red Jaguar 1971 E Type, I֭ out of the blocks spitting and spluttering along. Slowly but surely I֭ dragging my body kicking and screaming out of the doldrums into an athleteֳ world.

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    Rick Plans a Skiing Holiday

    I’m due to embark on a skiing holiday with four friends to La Plagne in the French Alps. We booked the trip by scrolling through various online travel websites one night to find the best deal out there. To be honest it took us almost all night to find a good deal and settled with one we found on for 7 nights with transport and ski passes for the week included.

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    Treating the Most Common Sports Injury: A Sprained Ankle

    Although I celebrated my 60th birthday in 2010, I am still active and competitive, these days concentrating mainly on running and cycling. To mark my birthday, I completed three big challenges:

      • Ran the Pendle Way, a local long-distance footpath (43 miles) in 9 hours;
      • Completed the Joss Naylor Lakeland Challenge (47 miles) in 14 hours;
      • Cycled from Coniston to Interlaken (1,000 miles in 10 days) to take part in the Jungfrau Marathon, which I completed in 4hours 11 minutes.

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    Rick’s Ankle Injury

    Iֶe always tried to keep active whilst keeping a busy lifestyle. I try to achieve this through regular trips to the gym and a weekly game of five-a-side football with friends. When I was 17, I broke my left ankle in two places whilst playing football, which left the joint weak and delicate.

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