This is a follow on from Part 1 where we discussed the fundamental benefits of postural balance and keeping the spine in a neutral position. The concept often over viewed in most back care programmes and core training workouts is that specific postural issues such as pain, tightness or discomfort in movement are often notContinue reading “Why Posture is Important: Part 2- A Crash Course in Hip Anatomy…”
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10 Years, 10 Lessons…
A decade of training a variety of individual’s for a variety of goals starts to teach you a lot of things. I have had the luck to work with some great personal training clients, focussed fat losers, developing athletes, rehab based physio’s, teams and coaches who have gone on to great things. Most importantly IContinue reading “10 Years, 10 Lessons…”
Barefoot Training and Trainer Choice: Part 1.
Two months ago I had ankle surgery which after two years of nursing an ankle instability issue gave me an even greater interest in understanding the foot and ankle complex. Trainers are something that I spend about 90% of my life wearing so it is important for me to get my footwear choices right- especiallyContinue reading “Barefoot Training and Trainer Choice: Part 1.”