A commonly self-diagnosed condition, the Frozen Shoulder continues to catch people out with only 17% of suspected Frozen Shoulders actually being diagnosed after seeing a healthcare professional. So how do you know if you have a frozen shoulder, and what can you do about it?
With race day around the corner the nerves and excitement might be starting to kick, but it’s important not to lose sight of the big picture. All your training so far as been to get you ready for the upcoming challenge, and these few weeks are a crucial part of your prep.
The symptoms of endometriosis can sometimes makes exercising challenging, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be a part of your life. In this blog we aim to answer some frequently asked questions to help you navigate your fitness journey with endometriosis.
What is blood flow restriction training, and could it help people recover from ruptured Achilles injuries? Physiotherapist Susie Burness is on the hunt to find out.
Physiotherapist, Clinical Bike Fitter and cycling enthusiast Harriet Kefford, takes a break from her road bike to discuss indoor cycling as more and more people are seemingly catching the bug for this adrenaline pumping, social sport.
Physiotherapist, Chris Beckmans, and Strength & Conditioning Coach, Andy Page, can’t get enough of Triathlons and Ironman challenges. Find our why they love this sport, what they’ve learned from their experiences and what they’re aiming for next.
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.
With the running, cycling and triathlon seasons over, endurance athletes should be thinking about how best to use the winter months.