I’m Just Injury Prone. Fact or Fiction?

By James Cameron BASRaT and Jenny Manners MCSP MSc “I’m just injury prone” – A single phrase that is transferable and echoed all the way from elite sport to Sunday afternoon bike rides. It is the assumption that certain, unlucky people have a natural pre-disposition to injure easily and should therefore be accepted as a […]

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Our Massage Guide for Runners

Why regular massage can improve your performance, reduce recovery time and boost your enjoyment of both your training and race days! We all know that massage makes you feel good, but few of us really understand why or realise the full benefits it has on our health and wellbeing. We tend to consider a massage […]

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Running Repairs? Do I need Physio or Massage?

by Jenny Manners MCSP MSc Despite the current freezing cold and the heavy rain we have had of late, we are still seeing lots of brave individuals in full training for the half and full marathons that are coming up in Spring. In deciding what to write about this month it struck me that runners […]

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New Year Health Tips

by Adam Taylor – Personal Trainer and Running Coach The festive holidays are generally a time when over eating and excess alcohol drinking occurs. If like me you feel you need to kick start 2016 with a new healthy you, then following these tips will give you the best start possible. You can actually put […]

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Nordic Walking Rehabilitation

by Jayne Ward Nordic Walking was an activity developed in Finland in the 1930’s by cross-country skiers, needing to find ways of training and keeping fit during the ‘off season’ when there was no snow. Over time, with adaptations to poles for use on or off road and more and more people realising how effective and enjoyable […]

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