Sensorimotor System – What does it mean & What’s the implication for rehab? Bec van De Scheur

After hitting heavy traffic, turning what should have been a swift two hour car trip into an eventful six hour journey to Birmingham, we finally reached the Therapy Expo 2017!   Fuelled with coffee, we sat in on a number of interesting presentations. Although there was diversity amongst the guest speakers a common theme seemed … Continue reading Sensorimotor System – What does it mean & What’s the implication for rehab? Bec van De Scheur

Part 2: Beginners Outdoor Training

Hello, welcome back, so how did you get on with your first taste of outdoor training? The time has come to move things along and challenge the system a little more. So I'm going to outline the next level with a new set of exercises. Each one will be slightly more advanced than the previous … Continue reading Part 2: Beginners Outdoor Training

Part 1: Beginners Outdoor Training

Now you've made the decision to head outdoors to train, it's time to get some structure into your session. As a regular gym goer you'll probably have your own routine and level you feel comfortable with, certainly an idea of what stage you're at in terms of what you deem hard or easy. So lets … Continue reading Part 1: Beginners Outdoor Training

7 Minute Work Out

I recently read an interesting article titled "7 minutes to get fit" with the catch line "Do twice a week. Job done". Instantly I was intrigued, fit in two 7min sessions, this ought to be good, or too good to be true. So I began to read. Studies have found you don't need to spend … Continue reading 7 Minute Work Out

Commonwealth Day #10 – Refection #5

Well the end is in sight for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games and I've had a blast so much so I might go to Rio. Working in the poly clinic as a physio to the athletes has been a once in a lifetime experience and taught me so much about the world of elite multi-sport events. … Continue reading Commonwealth Day #10 – Refection #5

Commonwealth Day #3 – Refelection 3

Commonwealth Reflection #3; The Glasgow 2014 commonwealth games are now well and truly underway with Saturday 26th July promising to be a busy schedule of competition across various sports including netball, Judo, and tracking cycling. The athletes are in full swing and the medals are coming thick and fast with this in mind I undertook my third shift … Continue reading Commonwealth Day #3 – Refelection 3

Commonwealth Day #2 – Refelection 2

Commonwealth Reflection #2: Hello and welcome back. Thank you for reading my first reflection on my experiences in the Glasgow 2014 commonwealth games. After completing my first poly clinic shift, I was excited to get back in clinic and enjoy shift number two on Wednesday 23rd July, OPENING CEREMONY NIGHT A little wiser from previous shift, … Continue reading Commonwealth Day #2 – Refelection 2

Exercise Calculator & Exercise Types

Courtesy of 24 hour fitness check out this amazing 'Exercise Calculator'. By answering these simple questions you can choose the best type of exercise for your needs...simple! Good exercise hunting everyone, and take care. Thanks for viewing. Tom

100m Final

Yet again Usain Bolt confidently brushed aside the worlds best in the Olympic 100m final. Are there any limits to his success? Not only did he run faster then Beijing, he also beat a field including Yohan Blake, Justin Gatlin, Tyson Gay, & Asafa Powell. Numerically, this is how he did it:       … Continue reading 100m Final

Pose Running

London 2012 Olympics games are fast appraoching with expectations reaching fever pitch, the whole capital is excited. Modern day sprinting was one of the most over subscribed applications for tickets at the games, with everyone longing to see Usain Bolt in action. Despite Bolt's recent rise to sprtitning stardom, we must not forgot the legends … Continue reading Pose Running