Posts Tagged ‘sports massage’


How Do Aches, Pain & Injuries Occur? And What To Do About It

How Do Aches, Pain & Injuries Occur? Cumulative Trauma Disorder Most pain and injury whether it occurs in the workplace, the gym or on the sports field, is due to Cumulative Trauma Disorder. But what exactly is Cumulative Trauma Disorder? Well, as it turns out many cases are not caused by actual trauma to the […]

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British Tennis Coaches Association Conference 2015

Last week I was fortunate enough to be asked to present at The British Tennis Coaches Association Conference in Northampton. At the conference I delivered two presentations and an on-court workshop. My presentations were aimed at educating tennis coaches not just to the importance of conditioning, but the essential elements the coaches need to know. I was […]

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Lower Back Pain Rehab – Final Update

If you’ve been following my posts for some time, you’ll know that in June 2013, I ruptured my L4/5, L5/S1 lumbar discs. I have a series of blogs over the last 22 months detailing my progress: Blog 1 Blog 2 Blog 3 Blog 4 Blog 5 Well, I’m happy to say that I feel my rehabilitation […]

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Posture & Muscle Balance – Part 3

Posture and Alignment The gravitational pull that is exerted on the body acts through the body in a straight line towards the earth’s centre. In a standing position, neutral alignment occurs when body landmarks such as the ankles, knees, hips, shoulders and ears are in line with the pull of gravity. The body also requires […]

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Posture & Muscle Balance – Part 2

Dynamic Posture Dynamic Posture may be defined as “the ability to maintain an optimal instantaneous axis of rotation in any combination of movement planes at any time in space“. As a simple analogy, you can think of your spine as an axis of rotation (like a crankshaft) and your arms as a means by which […]

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    Top UK CHEK Practitioner and Health Coach Leigh Reveals Insider Secrets The Orthopedic Surgeons Don’t Want You to Know.
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