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15.08.2018
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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We have published so many articles and videos over the past 5 years I even find it hard to keep up with what we have. Many times these articles have become great resources for ourselves to refer to when coming across difficult situations or simply to find ideas on better ways to train. But due to the amount of articles I find I get lost in what we are looking for. So we decided to create an index page that is broken up into sections from head to toe of the human body so you can easily navigate your way to the article you are looking for. We have provided links to each of the articles so you can instantly go the page you want. If you have any suggestions for articles you would like us to cover please get in touch with us by sending an email to us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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13.08.2018
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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If there is one thing I am asked almost every day is, "what are the best VMO exercises for my knee". And I must admit I hate writing these articles that label things the "best" as there is no definitive best exercise for everyone, only the best exercise for you. Some people the missing ingredient may in fact be stretching or a mobility drill, others it may be a technique tip with how they squat or run, and others it may be strengthening an area that is very weak. The real secret to knee pain and patella instability is identifying your weakest link using in depth assessments, and the results of these tests will determine your program. If you do this right you will find the real problem is not anywhere near the knee! Having said all that I am going to share with you in this article the 5 most effective and commonly used VMO exercises I have successfully to treat knee injuries over the last 13 years as a rehabilitation trainer with both sporting athletes, and everyday people with knee pain.

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23.07.2018
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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You need to strengthen your core is one of the most used sayings in the medical world as much as the health and fitness industry over the past 10 years. From the rapid spreading of Pilates classes promoting "core workouts", to Sporting clubs adopting core training for the players in the belief it will prevent injury, and even to therapists and Doctors prescribing planks and abdominal exercises to treat back pain and various other injuries, the message is clear training your core is great for your body. We have been convinced to believe that anyone with strong abs is less likely to be injured and that if we spend time getting our abs to burn it is a good thing. Like so many things to do with nutrition, and  this is where some small bit of information has been twisted around to become a completely different message, and end up being nothing what it was intended. What I am going to show in this article is that not only is many of the core workouts people use to prevent injury is not only a waste of time but contributing to creating pain!

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