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The Biggest Mobility Fear That KILLS Performance

The Biggest Mobility Fear That KILLS Performance

I’m sure we can all think of at least one person who rolls their eyes or scoffs at the idea of mobility. They’ll make out like it’s beneath them and that they shouldn’t be bothering with such menial things. But that’s not usually the reason […]

STOP Focusing on Injuries for Injury Prevention Success

STOP Focusing on Injuries for Injury Prevention Success

Injuries seem to have been accepted as an inevitable part of sports participation – and the main reason why this has happened is the fitness industry’s bad plan. In principle, dealing with injuries as soon as they happen is a great idea, but unfortunately, in […]

How NOT to Deal With Tight Hamstrings

How NOT to Deal With Tight Hamstrings

Pretty much everyone I’ve ever met who loves sports and/or fitness struggles with (or has struggled with) tight hamstrings. It’s massively common problem and folks seem to suffer for AGES with it. The common solution is to try to stretch out the hamstrings. There’s lots […]

How to be both injured and not injured simultaneously

How to be both injured and not injured simultaneously

In 1935 a Physicist named Erwin Schrodinger described a thought experiment in which a cat, a flask of poison and a radioactive source were all placed in a sealed box. If a monitor inside the box detects radioactivity, the flask is shattered, which releases the […]

#1 Secret of Fast Recovery

#1 Secret of Fast Recovery

Many people believe that recovery is simply a break from doing the activity they usually do, but EFFECTIVE recovery is so much more than that. It is true that simply resting will help to restore your energy levels, so that’s a good thing, but it […]

The TRUTH about core stability (and it’s not what you think)…

The TRUTH about core stability (and it’s not what you think)…

The Oxford English Dictionary defines the term ‘core stability’ as the capacity of the muscles of the torso to assist in the maintenance of good posture, balance etc., especially during movement” There are many muscles of the torso, including, but NOT exclusively, the abdominals and […]

My #1 Achilles Pain Secret

My #1 Achilles Pain Secret

When it comes to pain in the Achilles, many sufferers will be able to say exactly what they were doing at the time it happened. “I was running my last hill sprint”, or “I was mid-climb on the bike” are common ones I’ve heard, and […]

The Ultimate Injury Prevention Game Plan

The Ultimate Injury Prevention Game Plan

For many decades, it’s been conventional practice that the INJURY takes centre stage. The complexities of the language and treatment protocols are enough to strike fear into the heart of anyone suffering, or coaching someone who is suffering. Does that sound a bit dramatic? Good. […]

3 ‘mid race’ tips to avoid the ‘Ironman shuffle’

3 ‘mid race’ tips to avoid the ‘Ironman shuffle’

We’ve all had that dead leg feeling when you get off the bike and start the run. You know the one. When your brain is in run mode but your body is still in cycle mode and your legs seem to have forgotten how to […]

Break This IT Band Syndrome ‘Rule’ For Success

Break This IT Band Syndrome ‘Rule’ For Success

If you’ve never had IT Band Syndrome, you might think this doesn’t apply to you, but if you reach down right now and press into the outside of your thigh with your fingers, I’m willing to bet big money that it feels sore to do […]