- Cereal Killer!
- Marathon Training – Can less be more
- Should I consume caffeine before my workout?
- Who said triathletes were obsessive?
- Fizzy drinks? Think again!
- To stretch or not to stretch, that is the question…
- So what is it with achilles tendonopathy?
- Stuffed olives may hold key to beating heartburn misery
- Fed up with your job? You can make the leap but take a good look first
- A step too far?
Tag Archives: Sports Massage Swindon
Check out this guest piece of blogging from one of my clients – Katherine Davis. Katherine decided to take on the challenge of the 2012 London Marathon and this piece explains how she got here and gives a great insight … Continue reading
I was talking to a client the other day and when he told me how often he was stretching I couldn’t quite believe it. In fact if he was stretching as frequently and for as long as he said he … Continue reading
You may well have also heard it called achilles tendonitis or tendonosis but who cares what it’s called right? Technically speaking it’s a right old pain in the backside. First of all you want to know exactly what it is. … Continue reading
Sorry guys this one is just a bit of shameless self promotion here and an old article that I managed to get published in the Independent last year (with a little help from my friends!). Lee Paines always dreamt of … Continue reading
As someone who spends most of the day on their feet treating and training clients (with a personal work out squeezed between appointments) my feet (and legs) are often subject to the same aches, pains and strains as the people … Continue reading
In a word YES! Even the pioneer of Sports & Remedial Massage in the UK and author of “Sports & Remedial Massage Therapy” – Mel Cash admitted that he’d got it wrong and has openly said with the benefit of … Continue reading
Much in the same way that “core” has become one of the buzz words branded around the fitness industry it seems that “Functional Training” is also following suit, certainly in Swindon. Many instructors and trainers claim to offer functional training … Continue reading
As a long term sufferer of knee pain myself I have developed a somewhat unhealthy fascination of this joint and how I approach treatment and training of it. In my own experience both privately and clinically it appears that an … Continue reading