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Lift away your worries: The anxiety reducing benefits of strength training

Lift away your worries: The anxiety reducing benefits of strength training

Resistance exercise training (RET) is celebrated for its myriad of performance and health benefits, from enhancing strength to improving longevity. However the positive effects of resistance training on mental health are less well published and often outshone by the perhaps…
Top 6 things to know about 'prehab'

Top 6 things to know about 'prehab'

All of us have heard of rehabilitation or ‘rehab’. Rehabilitation from injury is well-known and well-understood within sport and exercise. However, prehabilitation or ‘prehab’ is less well understood and not applied as frequently as it should be, given the wealth…
Does mental imagery enhance performance?

Does mental imagery enhance performance?

What Is Mental Imagery? Mental imagery, often referred to as visualisation or motor imagery, involves the mental rehearsal of an action without physically performing it. This cognitive process engages various sensory modalities, including sight, sense of movement, sound, touch, and…
Does caffeine aid fasting and improve weight loss?

Does caffeine aid fasting and improve weight loss?

What does fasting mean? Fasting, in its various forms, has gained a lot of attention for its potential health benefits. Fasting is described as abstaining from particular foods, drinks or both for specific periods of time. For example, in recent…
Exercise snacks: Latest fad or efficient approach to improving health?

Exercise snacks: Latest fad or efficient approach to improving health?

Are you chained to your desk for most of the day? Do you find it hard to squeeze in a workout amidst your busy schedule? Well, there’s good news! Recent research in Sports Medicine suggests that even short bursts of…
The Impact of Previous Injuries on Current Performance and Health

The Impact of Previous Injuries on Current Performance and Health

Injuries are frustrating, often complex and rarely caused by a single factor. In sports medicine circles, it’s generally accepted that previous injury from sport or physical activity is the ‘greatest risk factor for future injury’ (Fulton et al., 2014). Inadequate…
The Role of Stretching in Exercise and Injury Prevention

The Role of Stretching in Exercise and Injury Prevention

Stretching is used as a standard practise for recreational and competitive sports, rehabilitation and by active individuals. The term nowadays falls under the broader term of mobility, which aims to improve the range of movement (ROM) available at a joint,…
How to successfully deal with the psychological scars of sports injury

How to successfully deal with the psychological scars of sports injury

Getting injured sucks! No two ways about it. If you’re an athlete participating in sport at any level then the chances are you know all about the disappointment of being forced to stop doing what you enjoy as a result…
Importance of goal setting in injury rehab

Importance of goal setting in injury rehab

Goals are a way of transforming intentions into actions. They are an extremely useful tool for application in any aspect of life, and can help to increase the likelihood of achieving long term behaviour change. Without setting regular goals, you…
Why you should monitor your pain through injury rehab

Why you should monitor your pain through injury rehab

Pain is a frequent problem linked to musculoskeletal complaints and is one of the main reasons we stop or modify our activities. It can create feelings of frustration and fear and whilst it is influenced by tissue damage, it is…