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Running series- cooling down

Running series- cooling down

I'm currently writing a Running series for the blog on all things running related to improve your training and provide useful tips. You can read the previous posts on Warming Up here, and on Strength Training Prescription for Runners here. Today's post is on the Cool...

Lockdown essentials

Lockdown essentials

With everyone staying at home, working from home, and just generally having more time to "think" about things lately, I've put together my most recent list of items on my radar. These are unprecedented times and sometimes a little treat to perk you up goes a long way....

Running series: Warming up

Running series: Warming up

The nest instalment in our new Running series is all about Warming up. You can catch up on the previous post on Strength training prescription for runners here. is an essential component before any kind of workout, however running warm ups often consist of either just...

Beginners guide to pilates

Beginners guide to pilates

What is pilates Pilates is movement from your centre, the core area of our bodies. All movements start from here and it is strongly emphasised throughout exercise to move from here. The key principles of Pilates include precision and control of body movements, body...

Fix your posture with pilates

Fix your posture with pilates

With most of the world either working from home or just staying home right now our lives may have become a lot more sedentary than normal. This alongside sitting at "new" home desk space, more relaxing time on the sofa etc can mean for more aches and pains as your...

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