In this post we look at the impact Coronavirus will have on gyms and ask whether it will change how we exercise for good. At the time of writing the UK government has just announced their plan to get the country moving again after lockdown. Whilst there wasn’t an immediate decision to open gyms, what […]
In this post we take a look forward at what the future of exercise and injury rehabilitation might look like. Before we look forwards, let’s take a look backwards. I always find it fascinating to look at the recent past to see what people were thinking before science told us otherwise. Here are a few […]
Sitting gets blamed for many things, obesity, disease and general muscular system dysfunction. There was a recent article on the Huffington Post claiming it was as bad for your health as smoking. This has spawned various attempts at solutions, one of which is the standing desk. Is standing better for your health than sitting though? […]
Are athletes really improving? David Epstein on the influence technology, genetics and modern training methods have on human performance.
The new rules of exercise. Old way New way Aerobic focus Resistance training focus Stretching tight muscles Activating weak ones No pain no gain No gain with pain Guessing Testing Calorie obsessed Nutrition aware Protocol bias […]