Nutrition strategy – key ingredient for health and recovery.

Most of us understand the importance of what we eat and things have become a little more complex than ‘no cheese before bedtime’.  When we exercise, we place good stress upon the body to create changes in order to improve our muscles, heart and mind. To truly maximise these improvements the right nutrition is required. 

The value of the right training plan – blog 3 in series

In the first blog in this series we revealed the main cause of running injuries is training errors but what really is the cost of not getting the right training plan in place? The cost of doing too much Running 6-7 days a week can increase your likelihood of injury by 64% and increasing your

World Physiotherapy Day – celebrating the pioneers of the profession

Today marks World Physiotherapy day.  Every profession has those who inspire. In celebration we took a look back at some of the pioneers of the profession. Per Henrik Ling is known as the “Father of Swedish Gymnastics,” who founded the Royal Central Institute of Gymnastics (RCIG) in 1813 for massage, manipulation, and exercise. He was

6 most common running injuries – blog 2 in series

In the last blog we identified that training errors are a common cause of injuries. Not only is there a common reason why injuries occur but there are also common injuries experienced by runners.  Understanding your injury, where and why it hurts is the first step in applying the correct treatment and rehabilitation exercises. 1.