As we get older many people find that the same lifestyle choices they made in their 20’s and 30’s no longer achieves the same results in their 40’s and 50’s. Its no secret that the body makes some drastic changes including weight gain, reduction in muscle mass, increase in body fat, mood changes and changes in hormones. This can equally …
The Dreaded Shin SplintsView Post
I am now offering online consultations if you are in pain or discomfort.
Just like a normal session, you would have in my clinic, we will discuss your pain or problem and any relevant past medical history and get you on a path of exercises towards your goal of being pain free.
I talk to my clients a lot about breathing in regard to their pain and mention the diaphragm and pelvic floor in most sessions. This seems to astonish clients and they are baffled (if not shocked) to my explanations.
So in this post, I will try and shed some light on it.
Sports Massage v Soft Tissue TherapyView Post
A muscle cramp is a sudden and involuntary contraction of one or more of your muscles. Almost everyone will suffer from a cramp at some point and often the cause is not known. Though generally harmless, muscle cramps are very painful and can make it temporarily impossible to use the affected muscle. Most muscle cramps develop in the leg muscles, particularly in the calf. Besides the …
Tennis Elbow – A Few NotesView Post
Cornwall has a fantastic landscape and is a key UK destination for cyclists. Here in West Cornwall, we have the challenging 25km First and Last Trail which goes from Lands End to Hayle via Sennen, Newlyn, Mousehole & Penzance. Over a gruelling hilly topography, it can be a hard finish to a John O’Groats to Lands End cycle trip. With cycling requiring your body to be in good condition, here are a few pointers to maintaining a healthy cycling physique.
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