Keep gently moving – although you may feel tired after a long day on the mountain sitting still all evening can allow you to stiffen up and your tired muscles to get tight. Doing some basic stretches a few times throughout the evening and getting up regularly to move about can help prevent this. Drink […]
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Foot and lower leg muscle strains / tendinopathies – these are common when skiing and tend to be caused by overuse of poorly conditioned muscles. Sore and tight calves is a very common complaint on an evening after a day’s skiing. Going out for another hard day on these sore muscles increases your likelihood of […]
A ski holiday for us Brits is a unique type of holiday that often occurs for one or possibly two weeks a year if you’re lucky. Many passionate skiers like to use this opportunity to get as much time out on the slopes as possible and can involve some long days. The action of skiing […]
Just as warming up in preparation for exercise is important and beneficial to your body, a cool down is just as important and beneficial. Cooling down after exercise allows your body time to readjust to the pace of daily life and helps minimise soreness the following day. A cool down can also be a great […]
Everyone has been suggesting that you should be doing a warm up before exercise, and now your body has started hinting at it too… A warm up is an essential part of taking part in exercise. It helps you to undo the tension from your day to day activities and prepares your body for what […]
Pilates has been a buzz word in the fitness and wellness industries for a while now. With everyone now offering Pilates of some form it can be confusing where to start. The easiest distinction to make between classes is who is teaching them – this can guide you in whether it is a Fitness Pilates […]
Pilates is a form of low-impact exercise that aims to strengthen core muscles while improving postural alignment and general flexibility. Pilates movements tend to target the core, although the exercises work other areas of your body as well. You can do Pilates with or without equipment. Some classes use large specialist Pilates equipment, but the […]
Simply put – you strain a muscle and you sprain a ligament. Muscles have a large contractile function and are responsible for creating force and moving your skeleton. When a muscle is strained, most commonly, it means that you have torn a few fibres within the muscle. This means that those fibres are broken and […]
DOMS stands for Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness, and it occurs as a result of exerting your muscles. When you do an activity that is new, or you are working harder or for longer than usual, the extra stress on the tissues of your body causes micro trauma. These are microscopic tears in the fibres and […]
Arm swing is a vital part of running technique. Many running coaches say ‘you may run on your legs, but you run with your arms’. This is because the body is reliant on balanced alternate arm and leg movement across a diagonal to generate forward momentum efficiently. This opposite arm, opposite leg technique allows efficient […]
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