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Walking for Exercise: Is it Worth it?

While many people will be enjoying their New Year’s resolution to work off all that excess sugar and saturated fat from Christmas by starting a new exercise regime, there may be a few who have fallen off the health bandwagon already. This is common when it comes to New Years’ resolutions and even more so when it comes to getting fit.

An easy mistake to make when . . . → Read More: Walking for Exercise: Is it Worth it?

Jump Giants Indoor Trampoline Park to Open Near Heathrow Airport

Hot on the heels of the success of its first venue in Thurrock, Essex, Jump Giants is opening a 30,000 square foot indoor trampoline park in West London in early May. Britain’s Got Talent stars Bars and Melody and Youth Creation will be bouncing in to perform at the VIP launch party.

Featuring over 100 wall-to-wall, green and purple inter-connected and angled trampolines that literally enable you . . . → Read More: Jump Giants Indoor Trampoline Park to Open Near Heathrow Airport

Hardcore Fitness Foam Roller Starts Fitness Revolution

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The practice of foam rolling has exploded into the health and fitness industry in 2015, and for good reason! There are multiple fantastic benefits of foam rolling, and thanks to the dramatic results it brings, more and more of us are beginning to take notice. Working to reduce muscle tension and discomfort in the body, foam rolling is ideal to practice at home regularly to help . . . → Read More: Hardcore Fitness Foam Roller Starts Fitness Revolution

Making Cycling More Comfortable and Safer

As you know, we think that cycling is a great way to get and stay fit. This form of exercise provides a great cardio workout and it is something virtually anyone can enjoy.

You can start small by cycling to take the kids to school and build up to weekend rides. Once you are fit enough, get into more challenging forms of cycling such as mountain biking.

Getting . . . → Read More: Making Cycling More Comfortable and Safer

The Health Benefits of High Intensity Training

You may have heard about High Intensity Training in the last few years. It has become increasingly popular, most likely due to the small amount of time it requires and large amount of potential health benefits it provides. HIT, as it’s also known, is essentially a work out that involves short bursts of very intense exercise. An increasing body of research suggests this approach could have . . . → Read More: The Health Benefits of High Intensity Training

Using Physiotherapy to get more out of Your Sport

For those who love sport, injuries are more than just a physical pain. They can stop you from enjoying your chosen sport.

Even when the injury has healed, it is all too easy for you to be left with a reduced range of motion and residue pain when you push yourself. This makes it hard to get back to previous fitness levels. That can have a serious . . . → Read More: Using Physiotherapy to get more out of Your Sport

Pressurised gymnasts high risk of developing eating disorders

Gymnasts that are considered to be ‘elite’ seem to be dangerously obsessed with their body shape and weight. Many of these young people, according to researchers at Swansea University, when tested score very badly when it comes to a propensity towards eating disorder symptoms.

The research was carried out and funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC), under the direction of Professor Mike McNamee and . . . → Read More: Pressurised gymnasts high risk of developing eating disorders

Can coffee really improve anaerobic performance?

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There are many “sports” drinks on the supermarket shelves that all profess to increase sporting performance. From adding electrolytes to better hydration, there is a wide range to select and chose from. There is however one every day drink that researchers are finding can help with sporting performance. Coffee!

While it may not immediately seem like a drink that should be part of your training regime, research . . . → Read More: Can coffee really improve anaerobic performance?

New Swansea gym proves that low cost doesn’t mean low quality

New Swansea gym proves that low cost doesn’t mean low quality

Gorseinon in Swansea is to be the home of a new, low cost gym that aims to prove that you get low quality from a low cost. Simply Gym, which has another site in Llansamlet, will be opening the doors of their Gorseinon premises on the 17th October. It will be situated on the Victoria . . . → Read More: New Swansea gym proves that low cost doesn’t mean low quality

South west London sports hub opened by Vince Cable

 

South west London sports hub opened by Vince Cable

MP Vince Cable has performed the official opening of the the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) Sports Club’s wonderful new pavilion, housing changing rooms, in his Twickenham constituency.

This new state-of-the-art sports pavilion,built at a cost of £481,468, is a replacement for the old building which was in such a bad state of repair that visiting teams refused to . . . → Read More: South west London sports hub opened by Vince Cable