• 10 Olympic Sports to Try Out Yourself!

    Olympimania has taken hold of the country. The nation is going nuts with each new British success on the rowing lake, in the velodrome and on the track. After the wall to wall coverage is over with a bit of luck we will get off our couches, turn the TV off and participate.

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    Olympic Profile Beth Tweddle

    South African born Beth Tweddle moved to this country when she was just eighteen months old. She is the most successful British gymnast of all time.

    At the London games she will be going for gold on the uneven bars. She has won the top prize in this event at the Commonwealth games, European championships, World Cup Finals and three times at the World championships.

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    A Pandemic of Inactivity

    The medical publication The Lancet this week published a number of shocking statistics about how inactive we have become as a nation.

    One in three adults is not doing enough physical activity leading to over 5 million deaths a year. They say that being lazy is as dangerous for your body as smoking and obesity.

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    PhysioRoom.com Interviews Helen Clitheroe

    As a 12 time medalist in the AAA Championships, 2011 European 3000m Indoor Champion and winner of the 2000 1st 1500m European cup (to name a few achievements), 38-year-old Helen Clitheroe from Preston is no stranger to the world of athletics.

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    We chat to UK National Indoor 1500m Champion Lewis Moses

    In February, Lewis Moses became the National Indoor 1500m Champion. Now, the 25-year-old has a chance to be a part of London 2012. PhysioRoom.com catches up with him during his busy training schedule for moreɼ!–more–> PhysioRoom.com interviews Olympic hopeful Lewis Moses Lewis, tell us a bit about yourself and how you became a runner? I … Read more