Breakfast to fuel the slopes; tips and hints to start the days skiing in good form
Knees make up roughly 30-40% of all skiing injuries. Here we discuss some common ways to prevent injury and the impacts injuries can have
The excited conversations of booking the annual trip for the forth coming ski season are starting to be heard… The new kit list is on the Christmas list, and you’re probably about to hit pay on the booking form for your ski resort of choice..But
Stress on a chemical level, and how osteopathy can help.
It’s funny… Many of us will warm up and cool down religiously for our chosen team sport, or an exercise class, but when we reach the slopes I think the excitement of taking on those epic runs is too much to think of warm up and cool down exercises.
Tired all the time? Energy slumps? Constantly reaching for pick me ups?If you're about to go skiing and keen to keep your energy up on the slopes there here are my top 10 tips: Much of our energy control is to do with our blood sugar:
This movement flow is a great way to train the entire body with a particular focus on upper limb/shoulder and core mobility, stability and control.
A review of the squat and some common progressions and regressions.
The adrenal glands are our stress glands that sit on top of the kidneys. There are two adrenal glands which are situated on top of the kidneys. They are chiefly responsible for regulating the stress response through the synthesis of numerous hormones
A look at some of the more common ski injuries, and ways to help
It’s not new news. This isn’t some crazy idea. We know how important water is to us. So why do most of us keep ourselves so poorly hydrated, even when putting our bodies through extreme bouts of exercise? And what happens when we exer
They say fifty is the new forty and the current generation of fifty year old women are not about to hang up their boots with the onset of the menopause. They fully expect (quite rightly) to continue to function at the same high level both on a profes