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What to eat to maximise your strength training – by Fran Taylor

When we’re working with someone to help improve their strength for rehab or performance we want to make sure we have all the building blocks in place for them to get the most from their workouts. Recently we’ve highlight how important sleep and recovery are and today Nutritionist Fran Taylor joins us again to discuss how nutrition […]

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21 day challenge – Day 1

Here we are then, day 1 of our 21 day challenge all about exercise prescription! The task for today is very simple…pick your exercises and share them!  There is only 1 rule – they must be from one of your patients. The idea is to get a taste of your own medicine (hence the hashtag #ownmedicine) […]

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Join our 21 day challenge!

Providing injured patients with exercises can be challenging. Research has identified a number of barriers to rehab and found that around 70% of patients don’t do their exercises as advised! And yet there is growing pressure to adopt a treatment approach based solely on exercise and education. It’s true that very little we can do […]

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Kettlebell training for runners by Benoy Mathew

There are few people that have the depth of knowledge of research and diagnosis as today’s guest blogger Benoy Mathew. Ben is a big name in running rehab and I’m delighted he’s joining us today to talk kettlebell training for runners. Follow him on Twitter via @function2fitnes he shares some cracking content!.. It is well established that regular […]

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Strength training for runners – recent research findings

Written by Tom Goom, senior Physio at The Physio Rooms Brighton. Follow Tom on Twitter. Examining the research evidence on running injury prevention can be a somewhat fruitless task. We've commented previously on the 'skimpy research' in this field. So it's encouraging when approaches that make a great deal of sense start to show promising […]

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