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Active People Survey shows large open water swimming increase

Open water swimming participation

Data just released by Sport England as part of its Active People Survey (APS) shows a big jump in the number of people participating in open water swimming despite the widely-reported decline in general swimming numbers.

Overall, swimming is still the UK’s most popular participation sport with just over 2.5 million people regularly taking to the water but numbers have been falling steadily in recent years. The . . . → Read More: Active People Survey shows large open water swimming increase

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

A Look at High-End Road Bikes

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It’s always nice to splash some serious cash, and it’s even better to get something that will really enhance your cycling experience, such as a high-end road bike. While these types of bikes obviously don’t come cheap, they will probably last you until the end of time if looked after properly, and will help you achieve more speed and more cycling enjoyment.

In this article . . . → Read More: A Look at High-End Road Bikes

What do great coaches have in common? They are great teachers

Routledge Education publishes guide for teacher improvement based on wisdom of great coaches

Author Nathan Barber demonstrates how many of the principles of coaching can be used by teachers to motivate students, build community, and enhance teaching. In the innovative new book, Barber shares teaching wisdom gleaned from his interviews with numerous highly successful coaches including state champions, national champions and even Olympic champions.

“Nathan Barber’s book . . . → Read More: What do great coaches have in common? They are great teachers

Trampoline Park Opens In Camberley

Trampoline Park Opens In Camberley

 

Trampoline Park Opens In Camberley

Gravity Force is the largest indoor trampoline parkin England and it opened its doors this week in Camberley, Surrey. It celebrated the opening with a VIP event close to Watchmoor Park at the 27,000 square foot warehouse that houses trampoline courts that run wall to wall. It also offers guests access to angled trampolines and foam pits so that you can . . . → Read More: Trampoline Park Opens In Camberley

Camberley To Be Home To England’s First Indoor Trampoline Park

Indoor Trampoline Park

Indoor Trampoline Park

Camberley, Surrey – 24th March 2014 – Expected to attract urban sports enthusiasts, kids and adults from across the South-East of England, fitting is now underway for England’s first indoor trampoline park, Gravity Force. Opening near Watchmoor Park in Camberley in mid May, the 27,000 square foot warehouse filled with wall-to-wall trampoline courts features foam pits and angled trampolines that literally allow you . . . → Read More: Camberley To Be Home To England’s First Indoor Trampoline Park

Nissan and Sir Chris Hoy heading for Rio 2016

Car giant Nissan has introduced its #UniteAndExcite campaign with what can only be described as a very high-octane film starring super-athlete Sir Chris Hoy, who is of course a six-time Olympic medalist.

Nissan is the official partner of Team GB and Paralympics GB as they begin the long journey towards Rio in 2016. The auto maker believes #UniteAndExcite clearly shows the company’s commitment to assisting athletes in . . . → Read More: Nissan and Sir Chris Hoy heading for Rio 2016

Consortium of Irish businessmen take over London Irish

London Irish have made an announcement of a takeover of the club by a group of Irish businessmen. The executive chairman of the Club’s primary sponsor Powerday, Mick Crossan will lead the London based team.

Crossan who will become the new president of the club indicated that there had been a split between the have-nots and haves, which made London Irish feel left out since they lost . . . → Read More: Consortium of Irish businessmen take over London Irish

Latest figures show more people than ever are playing sport

The current figures from Sport England’s Active people survey indicate that there have been some positive developments. Generally, the number of individuals playing a sport at least once a week for thirty minutes has been restored to the level that it was at immediately after last year’s Olympics. This was after a fall in the number of people playing any sport six months ago with the . . . → Read More: Latest figures show more people than ever are playing sport

Olympic poster girl Kelly heads new campaign in the West Midlands

Kelly Sotherton, the heptathlon and Olympian poster girl is the face of a new campaign in the West Midlands aimed at encouraging athletes in Birmingham to switch on to social media. The sweetheart of British athletics, who hung up her spikes for good in May of last year, is spearheading a new campaign which is called the Great Birchfield Social Switch On. Its aim is to . . . → Read More: Olympic poster girl Kelly heads new campaign in the West Midlands