When I began as a personal trainer, one of the things that shocked me was discovering all the strength coaches and physical therapists that I had never heard of. I’m talking about the people that work with pro athletes, where strength and fitness are worth millions. You will rarely, if
I wanted to write a very quick description of the rotator cuff because I find that most clients have no idea what it is. Because of the ‘cuff’ part, we all tend to think of some kind of structure, but in actuality we’re talking about a group of muscles.
Many people have a sport as a hobby. Common ones are golf, tennis, basketball, cycling, running, volleyball, or even horseback riding. If you are one of those people, you might want your fitness routine to help with your sport, as it should. However, it is important to know that that
While vacationing in Budapest I took the chance to visit one of the many baths that they have. Sitting there relaxing in warm water reminded me of how important recovery is.
About three and a half years ago I suffered a hip injury which ultimately lead to a diagnosis of FAI – femeroacetabular impingement. As a result, I looked up the relevant information on the subject and began following the advice around exercise and rehabilitation. What I discovered is that none