Tag Archives : Rehabilitiation

What is Strength?

In follow up to the blog I recently wrote which you can access here, on how to produce strength using a single leg squat as an example exercise, I manipulated combinations of height and resistance in order to facilitate a greater range of motion under control. The speed at which you can facilitate an increased […]


How do we produce muscular strength?

I have recently been working towards my UKSCA accreditation, a process that I approached with great trepidation having never truly embraced the whole strength aspect of performance training as the corner stone to any programme. The accreditation process involves understanding periodisation, anatomy & physiology and also proficient techniques and application of Olympic Lifting. During my […]

Running Away From Arthritis: Part 3

In Part 1 I talked about what Arthritis is in its various forms and in Part 2 I described how the symptoms of Arthritis can be managed through exercise. In Part 3 I am going to discuss how changing your diet can help ease Arthritic symptoms. Now although Arthritic conditions cannot be cured, subtle changes […]

Running Away From Arthritis: Part 2

Following on from Part 1, which delved into the facts and figures concerning Arthritis and its many guises, I have followed it up with how you manage the debilitating condition through physical exercise and the benefits attached with it.   Despite the difficulties of suffering from Arthritis, it’s not all doom and gloom and preparing […]

Running away from Arthritis: Part 1

Last Spring I ran and completed the Virgin London Marathon for Arthritis Research UK a fantastic charity that’s close to my heart with close relations, friends and clients all suffering from some form of the chronic disease. I wrote this article in the build up the race, as it is aimed at raising awareness about […]