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5 Tips to Maximise Your Pool Swim Training Sessions

It can often be difficult to make the most of your swim training when so much preparation goes into one session! So how can we maximise on our time? Check out this great article by Ben and Rhian Martin on their top tips!

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The Best Strategies for Reducing Desk Based Pain

It’s said now that sitting at a desk for prolonged periods of time is the equivalent to a car crash at 0 miles per hour! So what steps can we take in order to reduce our desk based pain? To read more from rehab specialist Dan, click through!

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I’m a runner, why should I include strength and conditioning in my training?

Strength and conditioning is a super important tool to any runner’s toolbox and is often under-utilised, but why is it so crucial? Click through to read more!

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Why you should have your running gait analysed at the beginning of your training journey

Ever considered getting your running gait analysed but unsure when in your training cycle you should do it? Read physio Andrea’s reasons why you should be doing it at the very beginning! Click through for more.

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Improve your “Bouncebackability”!

So what works and what doesn’t? There’s so much out there, how do we pick what works for sport recovery and what doesn’t? We asked Sports Rehabilitation Specialist Arran to review some of the most talked about methods and give his opinions! Click through to read more…

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Injury Analysis: Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy (Medial Ankle pain)

It’s a common running injury but what actually is Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy and how do we combat it?

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Avoiding the Winter Blues, refining technique and building stamina

Caught in the January training slump? Beat the Winter Blues with this great article from Alex!

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Don’t Let Your Fitness Slip!

Whether it is a dip in motivation or just the bad weather and lack of planning, here are some of the common training barriers we see see people put up, and how to break them! Click through to read more!

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How to stay injury free when taking on those New Years Resolutions

New years resolutions are fresh on everyone’s minds right now. Whilst you may want to put 110% into your new regime, we recommend that you plan ahead a little bit to help you stick to your new goal long term… Click through to read more!

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Fight the Food Coma

Yes, postprandial somnolence better known as the ‘food coma’ is the very real effect of a large meal on your body’s energy levels. Click through for ways to relieve your body and keep your energy up!!

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