Recovery and stretching are key to making sure you’re fit and flexible to get back in the saddle. Make the most of your riding time with our advice on stretching for cyclists. Cycling is a great cardiovascular exercise and so it is a great way to lose weight and keep our hearts and bodies in […]
With summer upon us and Wimbledon fever just around the corner, many more people will be playing tennis. Whether you are a regular player or someone who has been inspired to take it up recently, it’s important to know how to stay fit and injury free.
Tight hamstrings muscles are a common problem among athletes and non-athletes. Our lifestyles mean we often sit too much, hunching over at the desk or in the traffic. This causes bad posture: rounded back, head forward, slouchy shoulders, tilted hips. The entire kinetic chain is connected and if some elements are too short or too […]
The quintessentially British Wimbledon Tennis Championships takes place from June 27 to July 10 in 2016. In the run up to the historic tournament, we reveal some fascinating numbers, statistics and facts.
There are in fact two muscular systems to take into consideration when implementing an effective core conditioning programme for a football player, and they are Stabilisation and Movement.
A niggling back and glute injury offered the ideal opportunity to test a range of Live on the Edge’s new products.
We all have unique, individual training needs based on our own fitness and ability. For some it the ability to be able to move just for day to day tasks, others it’s for our leisure activities with friends through to competitive athletes. Posture and mobility are a habit and due to our daily activities whether […]
There are those that swear by it – and those that believe it is the worst thing you can do. Music and running can create quite a divide and here we explore the advantages and disadvantages.
For the average person, running a marathon, such as the Virgin Money London Marathon, will most likely leave you feeling exhausted, both physically and mentally. Having crossed the line, the feelings of elation can quickly turn to pain and tiredness, and within a day or two you might even feel a bit worse.
If you live in the UK there will be plenty of occasions when an indoors cycling session will seem like a far more attractive option than heading out into inclement weather on your road bike.