Featuring prominently amongst the chatter at PhysioRoom.com Headquarters over the past few days are some familiar Premier League injury faces as the after-effects of a tough midweek cup schedule plays havoc with many a tactical game plan. Will he? Wonִ he? Hopefully I can answer those all-important Premier League injury questions before the transfer deadline, helping to maximise potential point scoring before Septembers enforced sojourn. Ahead of Շame Week Threeՠmy Premier League Injury Round-Up will focus on some of the main discussion points raised by ‘you’ in the build-up to the fixtures this weekend.
The most interesting aspect for me going into Wimbledon 2013 is the draw and the seeding which surrounds the newly patched up Rafael Nadal.
Unpredictable weather? Sue Barker? Strawberries and cream? It can only mean one thing ɠWimbledon 2013 is upon us again!
We share our thoughtsˡhead of the˅uro 2012 Semi Finals.
Englandֳ goal scoring options were looking limited after Wayne Rooney got himself banned for the opening 2 games of Euro 2012, but after Darren Bent was stretchered off at the weekend with ankle ligament damage, the number of available strikers with international experience is now at zero unless Bent can be nursed back to fitness before the tournament.
Like many other runners I know, I have two to three set running routes that I like to run repeatedly. My favorite runs always take me away from the road, cars and if possible – near to water. For me staying static on a treadmill is a waste of time.
As the dust begins to settle I can finally take a step back and appreciate the accomplishments of Team Emotional and their completion of the 2011 Ben Nevis Triathlon.
So on the 20th of August I was scouring the front room for my car keys. After spending literally an eternity, I realised they were more than likely where I always leave them which is on top of the cabinet by the door. Standing on the chair I finally find them sat on top of a couple of DVDs. I grab them and step down off the chair onto the notoriously wobbly floor board.
The boys here at PhysioRoom.com have a զriendlyՠgame of football each Tuesday evening. We have divided ourselves into two teams of five and play a series of matches, where the first team to win seven games secures bragging rights and a meal and drinks at the expense of the losing opponents. We did originally play the first to five matches, but it was decided this was making the mini tournaments too short, as each team took turn to dominate in a series.
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.