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  • How to throw well

    How to throw well

    Do you play a sport that involves throwing?  In this wonderful summer of sport there are currently many examples of such sports: Netball, cricket, athletics and tennis to name but four.  In most there are a variety of throws and in tennis a specialist but [...]

  • Wimbledon tennis fortnight

    Wimbledon tennis fortnight

    Wimbledon fortnight always shines the spotlight away from the more popular sports and firmly onto tennis. Considered by some as a more gentle sport, this assumption is far from the truth. Tennis requires acceleration/deceleration and power as well as stamina but also a has a [...]

  • Queen of the Mountains

    Queen of the Mountains

    Here are some lovely words from my client Anna.  She wanted a specific training programme initially aimed at getting her ready for her return to the snowy slopes of the Alps.  Here is what she wrote for me on her return: 'Every mantra of the [...]

Springtime injury prevention – three situations to consider

Exercise is the elixir.  However, there are a few side effects, particularly the risk of injury. During Springtime injuries are common place in the following areas/situations: Change of surface if playing field sports on grass. [...]

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Changes to your body during pregnancy and after birth: How exercise can help

Three changes to the musculoskeletal system during pregnancy and after birth: How exercise can help When pregnant the stiff and usually immobile pelvic joints are prepared for the passage of the baby at birth. These [...]

By |January 28th, 2019|Categories: Blog|Comments Off on Changes to your body during pregnancy and after birth: How exercise can help

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