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Nutrition for Exercise

There’s a lot of talk in the media about nutrition specifically for exercise. But what does it mean? In order to achieve your fitness and exercise goals, you need to be eating enough of the right food to fuel your activities. Much like how a car will slow and eventually stop without good quality petrol, […]

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Skiing Injury Prevention

We’re getting to that time of year again when we start to spend hours on the internet looking at skiing holidays. It’s an expensive hobby and takes time to plan. We research the snow fall, accommodation, pistes, children’s clubs and apres ski. Do we want to ski in or ski out? An open fire? A […]

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10 Fitness Trends for 2019

Looking to freshen up your fitness regime? From HIIT yoga to hi-tech wearable technology, check out these 10 fitness trends that will be big in 2019. 1.    High-intensity yoga You’ve heard of HIIT – well, here’s the latest twist on the high-intensity trend. With high-intensity yoga, you get all the benefits of those short bursts […]

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5 Ways to Improve Your Running in 2019

The New Year is a great time to make changes to your routine. If you have a running goal for 2019 – whether that’s to complete your first marathon, improve your personal best or simply make running a regular habit – follow these tips to improve your running, avoid injury and increase your running stamina. […]

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Most Common Rugby Injuries and How to Prevent Them

Rugby is a thrilling sport and a great way to keep fit, but it also has a higher rate of injury than many other activities. Here we’ll take a look at some of the most common rugby injuries, why they occur, and what you can do to reduce the risk. Traumatic injuries Rugby is a […]

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What is Accessory Navicular Syndrome?

Approximately 5% of the population, mainly females, are born with an extra piece of cartilage attached to the navicular bone on the inner arch of the foot.  During adolescence this piece of cartilage ossifies and turns into bone, forming a noticeable lump. For the vast majority of people this genetic condition causes no problems at […]

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Dance Injuries

Just like many other sports, Dance does not come without its risks. Requiring incredible strength, flexibility and stamina, a dancer’s exertion levels rival that of a professional athlete, therefore it is likely that dancer’s will experience pain and injury at some point. We take a look at common dance injuries and how to treat them. […]

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How To Treat Costochondritis

What is Costochondritis? Costochondritis is inflammation of the cartilage where your upper ribs meet your sternum. Its cause is often unknown but it can cause severe upper pain and is common in children aged 10-14. In an adult it can be associated with arthritis, overuse of your arms, chest infections (coughing), trauma to the chest […]

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Treating ankle sprains

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Nutrition for Exercise

Nutrition for Exercise

There’s a lot of talk in the media about nutrition specifically for exercise. But what does[...]

28 Jan 2019
Skiing Injury Prevention

Skiing Injury Prevention

We’re getting to that time of year again when we start to spend hours on the[...]

16 Jan 2019