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Preventing Osteitis Pubis and Common Football Injuries

Osteitis Pubis (OP) is a condition caused by repetitive stress to muscles that attach in the groin area, causing pain with simple daily movements and activities over the pelvis, hip and groin. Depending on where you live, the condition can also be referred to as Gilmore’s Groin, Groin Disruption, Inguinal Disruption, Sportsman’s Groin, Sportsman’s Hernia, […]

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Stretching for cyclists

Time to Ride: Top Stretches for Cyclists

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 […]

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How to recover from a marathon

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.

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Is stretching good for you?

Every sports person, amateur or professional, will have been told that they need to stretch their muscles. Whether this is before or after exercise, the requirement to stretch is considered part and parcel of every sensible athlete’s routine. But as the decades have passed, so the advice on stretching has changed. Let’s take a look […]

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On test: Muscletrac Roller

In the interests of research I used the Muscletrac Elite 6 roller on just one leg and hip. I rolled out the muscles on one side before taking part in a Scottish stage of the GB Relay. The GB Relay is an attempt to break the world record for the longest round Britain relay. My […]

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