If you’re just starting off on your fitness journey, recovering from injury, or looking for a great recovery session then Low Intensity Interval Training (LIIT) sessions will offer you a great option. Our LIIT sessions will help you restore movement and strength while gradually increasing your cardiovascular fitness. You may well of heard of HIIT…Read more Low Intensity Interval Training.
Posture has long been linked with poor health and poor performance but what does the latest evidence say?Read more Posture
In our ageing society, our bones are getting weaker. Due to its nature, we rarely realise that our bones are weakening until something happens – such as a fall or fracture. The good news is that we can increase bone strength and really make a difference! Why are our bones getting weaker? Bone strength builds…Read more The Silent Thief – Bone Strength & Why Resistance Training is Key
Mobility. What it is and why we need it. One of the biggest requests we get is to help people increase mobility. And rightly so. Mobility is an essential quality for us all to have so that we can stay physically active and therefore maintain health. But what is it and why should many of…Read more Mobility. What it is & why we need it.
While we have no choice over our chronological age – the number of candles on our birthday cake, we do indeed have choice of our biological age – how old we feel. By making good lifestyle choices you can be in your 60’s and live like you’re in your 40’s. One of the main…Read more How to Avoid Ageing
With so much change in most peoples day to day life it’s easy not to be mindful of your exercise and nutrition habits. I’ve noticed a couple of distinct trends over the last few weeks which are worth taking note of. Take action to stay healthy and hopefully avoid injury! Your activity levels have plummeted!…Read more Looking after Yourself in Lockdown
Are you struggling to recover from an injury? If so, here’s a great new model to hopefully help you progress. For a long time now I’ve advocated a more active approach to injury rehabilitation – ‘rest is rust.’ The traditional model using Rest Ice Compression Elevation has also been questioned by the latest research.…Read more Manage your Injuries with Peace & Love
I got asked to write this article / blog by a magazine editor who thought that I was the man to write about being diagnosed with such things as arthritis, fibromyalgia and other inflammatory & degenerative conditions. My reply was that I’d rather not write about any condition but, I’d rather write about how you…Read more Don’t Let Your Diagnosis Define You
Times are changing in the world of rehabilitation and especially in the regard to managing back pain. What we once thought was good practice simply isn’t backed up now with the best evidence (that’s the next blog). So, with this being the case, what steps can you take to manage your own back pain? From my…Read more Five Steps to a Pain FREE Back
Those of you who train or have trained with us know we take a ‘different’ approach to training the core. We don’t do sit-ups, we very rarely hold planks for a long period of time, we like loaded carries and we always emphasise movement quality. Now, it’s not that we do or don’t do these…Read more Stiffen up. The Latest on Back Training.
As the Strength & Conditioning coach of the Arizona Cardinals, Buddy Morris put it; “a coaches primary role is as a stress manager”. We’re in control of loading stress on the body and the tools & methods we use all have an aspect of ‘risk v reward’. Morris states; “Olympic lifting? Jumping? Medicine ball work?…Read more Coach or Stress Manager?