Working from home and home-schooling can be a real pain in the neck, right? We mean literally, a pain in the neck! Trying to do your own work from home while you keep an eye on the kids home-school screens can keep you sitting, slouching and screen bound for most of the day. Here’s some Tips to help with that…Read More
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It is that time of year where we replace our beanies and jumpers with swim caps and cozzies.
Now that restrictions have eased and there is no longer the hassle of worrying about booking swim sessions online you are probably excited to be back in the water.
Whether you’re training for ocean swimming events, triathlons, pool competitions or just swimming leisurely to increase your fitness, it is quite likely you have come across the term ‘Swimmers Shoulder’ or even had it.
So what is it?Read More
Are you struggling with pain in your shoulders that’s stopping you training properly in the gym or during your bootcamp sessions? Has your 8-week challenge finished at 2 weeks because you can’t lift a kettlebell or do a burpee? Then read on, we’re going to show you how you can get strong, pain free shoulders that let you train the house downRead More
Hi everyone, Matt McEwan from Parkside Sports Physio here. Juyst typing thjis slowly with my left hanfd to let you kjnow what I’e managed to do to myself.Read More
Baseball, softball and cricket all have one skill in common. Throwing. Throwing places a lot of stress on the body and its’ high velocity and repetitive nature often results in injury. Our throwing expert Jess Stoll goes through the Throwers 10 program to keep you throwing strongly this season.