Category: Training

To improve your running, the answer isn’t just more miles, strength training can be the key to improving running economy, increasing power and preventing injury. In a 2014 study it was shown that strength training in a group of runners had a number of positive effects. These included: – Increasing anaerobic power to help maintain… [more]
When completing an exercise program it is important that you address multiple areas to ensure long-term health and wellbeing is maintained. Exercising is often referred to as ONLY ‘going to the gym’ or ‘running’, however it is important that your method of training has a biomechanical balance. When you exercise we must incorporate many elements,… [more]
Everyone knows that exercise can have an extremely beneficial effect on your health and well-being. This is a common treatment tool used to attack conditions such as diabetes, cardio-vascular disease, obesity, depression and many more conditions. When individuals try to take up exercise for whatever reason this often can end in despair as injuries can… [more]
Exercise alone is a common source of treatment used for any shoulder pathology and is frequently prescribed by any specialist. The rationale behind exercise is that it is used to restore shoulder stability and mobility and improve shoulder/scapula ROM and muscular function. Commonly prescribed exercises focus on the entire kinetic chain from rotator cuff, scapular… [more]

Body Slings

There are muscle groups in our body (inner and outer), which help stabilise your spine. The inner muscles are your pelvic floor, transverse abdominus, multifidus, diaphragm and psoas, while the outer, consist of large superficial muscles that are connected and functionally related. This outer sling system works together to help with the transfer of load… [more]
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