Sports Injury Unpacked: Hip Flexor Tear – Running Fitness Article

Sports Injury Unpacked: Hip Flexor Tear Despite the irony – physiotherapists can also acquire an injury. In this blog article I’ll dissect an injury that I obtained during this past footballing (or soccer) season. I will focus on how the injury occurred, the multiple factors that lead to the injury, how I managed the tear initially and the rehab I underwent to return to my sport. “Oo that’s not good” It was a sunny Saturday afternoon, and I was rushing…

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Top 10 Fitness Blogs for Beach Volleyball Players – Fitness Article

Top 10 Fitness Blogs for Beach Volleyball Players This has been a week of pleasant surprises and I just received another one: chape.fitness has been selected as one of the Top 10 Fitness Blogs for Beach Volleyball Players by beachvolleyballspace.com I am very honored to have been included in this list, among other great blogs, certainly greater than mine. If you follow this blog, you could say, Chape does not write about Beach Volley, what does he do on that…

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HOW TO WEAR COMFY SPORTS LUXE! – Fitness Article

HOW TO WEAR COMFY SPORTS LUXE! 🚨 Fashion post alert! 🚨 I recently fell in love with this look I was sent from the new DKNY Sport collection. I was en route to an event at the Edition Hotel – a “sacred cacao ceremony” with meditative gong vibrations (more on vibrations and sound baths HERE) with some utterly glorious, crisp January London weather. My photographer and I managed to snap some impromptu pics in Fitzrovia. The oversized jacket is rendered…

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Periodized Training For The Intermediate CrossFit Athlete » Science for Fitness – Fitness Article

Every year around February the CrossFit community is abuzz with talk of the CrossFit Open. This 5-week event is the first of three stages that ultimately crowns the “fittest” men and women alive. When the Open was first introduced in 2011 it was more of a community fitness event. Everyone of all skill levels was encouraged to participate and although some harder movements would appear (i.e., muscle-ups), they would generally appear towards the end of the 5 Open workouts enabling…

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How an Old Timer Keeps Up His Fitness Regime – RandRuns – Running Fitness Article

Author bio: Gary Baker is the proud founder of ActiveAuthorities.com, a blog dedicated to encouraging others to stay healthy and active. He writes on various hobbies he has taken up to achieve this, as well as product reviews such as his recent Callaway Supersoft review. I am quite old. In fact, I am currently in my 50s, and I did not begin truly unlocking my body’s potential until a few years ago, when I was in my late 40s. Back…

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