• 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

    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

    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

    Top 10 Running Injuries and How to Treat Them: Part 2

    The second part of our guide to – in no particular order – the top 10 running injuries, including advice on how to recover and product suggestions to aid your rehabilitation. Part One is here. SPRAINED ANKLE Refers to soft tissue damage around the ankle, usually caused by an inversion injury, where the ankle is … Read more

    Top 10 Running Injuries and How to Treat Them: Part 1

    The first part of our guide to – in no particular order – the top 10 running injuries, including advice on how to recover and product suggestions to aid your rehabilitation. Part Two is here. PLANTAR FASCIITIS Refers to inflammation of the plantar fascia, a fibrous sheath which runs along most of the length of … Read more

    Three running must-haves for your feet

    Whether youֲe taking part in a marathon or joining your local running group, caring for your feet while youֲe on the move is essential. Sealed tightly in a pair of specialised shoes while supporting your body weight with each step, your feet go through a lot while youֲe running and you canִ afford any sort … Read more

    Hamstring Strain: What Is It & What Can I Do About It?

    Now, to save getting side-tracked before we even begin, I need to clarify that I am not talking about Hog Roasts and the undeniably sweet and piquant succulence of a pulled pork sandwich drenched in sticky barbeque sauce, oozing sweetness and positively singing of balmy summer nights spent with friends. I wish I was, I … Read more

    Negative Ions…Keeping you positive since, forever

    If I told you that you could fill the air around you with a mood enhancing electrical charge, that would benefit your performance and increase your recovery time, you could be forgiven for thinking that I only have a few marbles rolling around upstairs and I wouldnִ blame you at all if you made a … Read more

    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

    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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