January is the most popular month of the year to try and start new exercise routines. February is the most likely month to stop. On average it takes 66 days to build a new habit, so those first few weeks are the hardest. Find out how to make it stick in our new blog.
As the nights draw in and the temperature gets colder, we hope everyone is keeping warm and well. Our experts offer a few helpful tips to stay ahead of the game this winter, and keep you feeling your best.
What is it like taking on an ultramarathon in your 50s, compared to say your 30s? Dr Mike Burdon, who can now answer that question, reflects on his experience of training for and competing in an ultramarathon earlier this year.
A Prehab programme is a series of exercises designed around you. These exercises help to avoid injury and pain, whether you are an Olympian, a weekend warrior, or preparing for surgery.
“If sleep was a tablet, all doctors would prescribe it.” See why our Physiotherapists advise sleep as part of their rehabilitation programmes.
What does the road to recovery look like after sustaining a head injury? Does wearing a helmet protect you from the risk of concussion? Consultant Dan Brooke answers these questions and more in our new blog for National Winter Sport Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) Awareness Month.
Whether you’re taking part in Veganuary this year or not, it’s clear that plant based diets are becoming more popular. So why are people stepping away from their meat-heavy diet? Dietician Linia Patel explores the truth behind one popular reason, weight-loss.
Many who take part in dry January probably do so for their health and wellbeing, but what are the true benefits of dry January if we go right back to square one on 1st February? Consistency is key for solidifying many good habits and that is as true here as ever before.