Polarized training is but one of many training methods currently used by endurance athletes. Lets have a brief look at what its all about.
Training load management is the key component to a successful training plan. It is said to be an art that if mastered can lead to success.
The mental toughness gained from endurance training is worth seeking. Heres our thoughts in this.
Undertaking the challenge of your first triathlon is daunting. Lets discuss some practicalities that may help you along the way.
Running performance is high on any runners agenda. Lets have a look at how you can become faster.
Running is a very popular sport for elite and recreational athletes. Here we dive into some of the biomechanical demands of running.
Returning to full participation after injury is complex. Here we discuss some key topics in this process.
Rehabilitation after sporting injury should be a simple and effective process. Here we share some thoughts on the principles of injury rehabilitation.
Tendon injuries can be major limitations to your training as an amateur or professional athlete. Here we discuss the current issues around tendinopathies.
Here we try to simplify the complicated details regarding training zones.
Endurance athletes are most at risk for overuse injuries. Read our blog on why this is the case.
Most recreational athletes go full steem for days and weeks. But is this sustainable or necessary? Here are our thoughts on recovery.
Reflecting on a chronic tendon injury and PRP therapy.
The winter months are cold and difficult. This should not stop you from training though.
What we say to our patients has more impact than we can imagine. The role of the counseling session is key to a positive outcome.