Ankle Sprain – Part Two

Ankle Sprain – Part Two

As promised in Ankle Sprain – Part One below is some information regarding the rehabilitation process following an ankle sprain and some exercises that can be beneficial. Why bother with rehabilitation? Following an ankle sprain your Physiotherapist will use a...
Ankle Sprain – Part One

Ankle Sprain – Part One

An ankle sprain occurs when the strong ligaments that support the ankle stretch beyond their limits and tear.  Anatomy Ligaments are strong, fibrous tissues that connect bones to other bones. The ligaments in the ankle help to keep the foot bones in their correct...
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

In this blog we are going to shed some light on the supramaximal Eurofit method (our favourite type of HIIT) with the help of Dr Josh Secomb. Supramaximal Eurofit method? Developed by French researchers, it involves calculating a person’s 100% Maximal Aerobic Speed...
Office Ergonomics – Part Two

Office Ergonomics – Part Two

As promised in Back to the Office Part One, below are some stretches we find helpful, along with a brief background on the muscles they are trying to address. Trapezius The trapezius muscle group originates from the:Base of the skull.Vertebrae at the bottom of the...
Office Ergonomics – Part One

Office Ergonomics – Part One

With many people starting to return to the workplace we though it might be a good idea to remind everyone of a few desirable elements that make a good office workspace. To sit or not to sit A question that commonly gets posed to us is should I get a sit and stand...