Sport is back! I hope this makes people just as happy as it makes me. Being a big fan of all sport (particularly the mighty Chels!) it’s great that amongst these extremely testing times we are being able to find a way to return. We have the first 8 races confirmed, with some more to […]
“They only have to drive a car” as I answer questions to what we do to prepare drivers to race. Similar to neck strength, an overlooked area of driver fitness is the ability to perform in considerably hot conditions.
Although I imagine slightly more understood by many after the 2018 London Marathon recorded its hottest temperature […]
It’s probably true when they say life will never be the same again. However we don’t know. And that was the general consensus at last nights “Life after Lockdown” online bonanza hosted by the main man Prof Tony Kochhar, where a whole host of field leaders got together to discuss where we are, where we […]
“The high gravitational loads placed on the body to run the fast line can strain your neck, if your neck fatigues you will not be able to run the fast line” Mark Webber (cited from Ferguson, 2019).
When Mark Webber expanded on this he discussed how during one race he noticed Jensen Button was using his […]
Or pain on your heel as you might know it!
This often occurs in the younger athletes, those between the ages of 7 and 10 years old but can still be present in those up to 13 years old as every grows and matures at different rates.
It is the second most common of this type of […]
“The greater the obstacle, the more glory in overcoming it” (Molière).
It is of course a difficult time at the moment because we have got nothing concrete in front of us, things change very quickly and weekly we are having to look at it and say ‘how do we train? What does it look like?’. […]