As a runner/fitness lover compression products are everywhere on the market saying they will aid recovery and help out muscles. Are they really necessary? What does it really do and how? Advertisements
Stability issues with ankles can hamper running and allow twisted ankles to become an unfortunate regular occurrence. Poor ankle stability can come from: weakness due to previous sprains, natural laxity in the ligaments from being hyper-mobile or even a weakness through the lower calfs (but not alone)! Most ligaments torn or weakened when ankle sprains … More Ankle strength 💪🏽
What. A. Shoe. Even before this shoe was released there was a buzz about its capabilities. Nike had given us short clips and small clues of its features but when it landed I think we were amazed by the true technology behind it. As I will discuss further, it’s not just a pretty face…
Hips and toes, toes and hips! Weird combination that you wouldn’t think can cause injury to one another. But they can. Now I don’t need to tell any runner out there, that core stability and glutes are also vital to running. Gluteus medius being the stabiliser predominantly and gluteus maximus being mainly the power … More Hip Injury? Think about your toe function!
Barrys Bootcamp is a place like no other. With two studios located in Central and East London its popularity and draw is second to none. Combining the simple task of lifting weights with treadmill intervals you have a deadly workout burning, for many, over 1,000 calories in an hour! Among the boot camps goers there … More Barry’s Bootcamp: Hell Week