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26 May 2020

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Are you looking to rehabilitate following injury? Injury proof your future? Get back into an exercise routine? Trying exercise for the first time? It does not matter if you are a beginner, intermediate, or a pro when it comes to...

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14 May 2020

Flexor Hallicus Longus - Muscle of the Month (May)

In order for you to take a step or to jump, Tom, Dick and Harry need to work in harmony. But who are Tom, Dick and Harry and what do they have to do with your running? What Is It...

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29 Apr 2020

The Peroneals - Muscle of the Month (Apr)

Just started or increased your running and now your ankles feel sore? It could be your peroneals! What are your peroneals? The peroneals are a group of muscles located on the outer aspect of your lower leg. The peroneals comprise...

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23 Apr 2020

Lack of Sleep- Is it Putting your Child at Increased Risk of Injury???

Is your child a very active sports person? Do they get enough sleep? Have you ever wondered about how their sleep might affect their risk of injury in their chosen sport? A study conducted by Milewski et al, and published...

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10 Apr 2020

Working from Home? How to Set up the Ideal Workstation.

Has working from home got you constantly complaining of pain in your neck and shoulders? Back, arms or wrists? Or frequent headaches? Such musculoskeletal complaints are commonly due to the  inappropriate postures and positions that you are working in day...

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31 Mar 2020

Essential Stretches for Singers and Professional Voice Users

If you're a singer or professional voice user you will understand how important it is to warm up your vocal cords before you start practicing. There are also a large number of neck and fascial muscles that play an important...

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18 Mar 2020

Gripping - The Subconscious Pain Generator!

Hold onto your butt’s ladies and gentlemen, this is going to be an inciteful journey into whether your ‘behind’ is doing more work than it needs to, and how this can impact you.   What is gripping? Gripping involves increasing...

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9 Mar 2020

Extensor Carpi Radialis - Muscle of the Month (Mar)

Did you know that the Extensor Carpi Radialis is instrumental in helping you lift your weights at the gym?   Extensor Carpi Radialis (longus and brevis) are muscles within the posterior (back) compartment of the forearm. These muscles originate from...

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