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8 reasons why you should Strength Train

Strength training

There’s more to strength training then meets the eye……. Most people have heard of strength or resistance training and know that it is good for them. We are often told to do resistance training as it helps increase muscular strength, but why is that a good thing? Listed below are benefits of strength training, some…

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The role of Foam Rolling!

How can Foam Rolling help your knee pain? Foam rolling has become very fashionable in the fitness and sporting arenas in recent times, however there is still considerable debate to its’ effectiveness and when it should be used, especially in relation to Runners Knee or Anterior Knee Pain. Runners Knee or anterior knee pain are…

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What is HIIT?

What is HiiT

High intensity interval training (HIIT) is a type of training modality used in exercise to get maximum bang for your buck. HIIT is a type of workout using short bursts of exercise that get the heart rate elevated, followed by a short rest period, and then repeated multiple times to match the fitness level of…

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When are the P.O.L.I.C.E. called for?

Chronic connective tissue injuries occur in both tendons and fascia from repetitive occupational and sports loading, causing tissue failure. Patella Achilles Hamstring Gluteal Rotator cuff Golfers / Tennis elbow Plantar fasciitis   It is important to ensure these injuries are managed effectively in the acute stage. Early and appropriate loading will promote healing and quality of…

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COMMON SOCCER INJURIES

Common Soccer Injuries

Soccer Injuries – How Often & Why? Most soccer injuries affect the lower extremities and current research shows that most soccer injuries are caused by direct trauma, such as a collision with an opponent or landing awkwardly from a jump. Approximately one quarter to one third of all soccer injuries are due to indirect trauma…

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