“Everyone can be a runner….” – Jamie Jones, an accomplished runner and work colleague.
Yeah, right! Well, I suppose he has a point. I can technically run but it’s far from fast, smooth or graceful. I tend to waddle along, moaning about how everything hurts and wishing I never signed up for this.
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Many people make the mistake of thinking a physiotherapist is someone you should see only when you are injured.
It's at times of rest that our bodies adapt and change to better prepare us for the next time we work out.
Having returned from an amazing holiday in Norway with some spectacular walks, but with a twisted ankle, I have had a few weeks of not walking as much as I should be. I have learnt that it is soooo easy to slide back into lazy Sundays!
Parkour - Challenging the perceptions and expectations that come with age
Get it right and your pre-exercise diet can make all the difference to your enjoyment and performance in sport
A stitch is a pain in the side for many of us. If you are one of them our guide to stitch-avoidance is a must.
Don’t forget the importance of physiotherapy to support your body and prevent training injuries. Find your nearest practitioner here…
OK, so now you’re a runner, there may be a chance you have started to fall a little bit in love with the sport!
Getting involved in sport is an excellent way to better your everyday health - both physically and mentally, to make friends and to have some fun.
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Here are five ways using a tracker could actually help you better your everyday health.
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Meet our five amazing novice wheelchair athletes as they prepare for the race of their lives