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Recovery Strategies Post Game by Darragh Bolton

Recovery Strategies Post Game Championship is in full swing now and games are coming thick and fast. That’s great but one thing we must remember to complete as best we can, is RECOVERY. Recovering for the next session or game is an underestimated part of our overall training. We use a huge amount of energy when […]

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What is balance? Balance is essentially the ability to maintain your line of gravity within your base of support. Your base of support is what part of you is touching the ground. For example in a standing position this would be keeping you maintained between your two feet. This is why it is more difficult […]

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Deep Tissue/Sports Massage

Muscle tightness and pain can occur as a result of poor posture, long periods of inactivity, sports injuries and engaging in everyday activities. Tightness or pain can happen when a muscle is overworked, resulting in muscle fatigue and tension. Deep Tissue/Sports Massage Therapy aims to restore muscle tension to its original state. It improves circulation […]

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Resistance Training by Darragh Bolton

What is resistance training and why it helps us to get better? If you have had any type of injury and attended a physiotherapist you would have been advised to do some exercises. Your physiotherapist may have referred to these exercises as strength training or resistance training. But when exactly does that mean and how […]

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Noisy Knees by Stephen Coleman

Noisy knees are exceptionally common and there are a lot of different explanations for what might cause these noises. Generally benign noises can be referred to as crepitus. Crepitus or noisy knees can be present in up to 99% of healthy knees as reported by some studies. That is an enormous prevalence rate. The types of noises […]

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Cramps by Stephen Coleman

Most people will likely have experienced a muscle cramp at some point int their lives. Muscle cramps during exercise and sport are very common and are referred to as exercise associated muscle cramps (EAMC). A cramp is essentially a painful involuntary contraction of a working muscle group or a spasm. It is usually localised and found […]

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