Injury Prevention

Check out our hints and tips on preventing sports injuries, training, fitness and sports nutrition.

Back pain in children

Back pain in children can stem from fairly innocuous, non-specific causes - such as growing pains, an insufficient backpack, poor posture, or even playing video games for prolonged periods. However outside of these causes, and any other easily determinable cause, such as a minor sporting injury, back pain in children can indicate underlying issues that require medical attention.

Read more: Causes of Back Pain in Children

Yoga Plough

The extensive benefits of yoga are well publicised in modern media, and it has become a firm mainstay of Western culture. For athletes who have never practiced yoga before, certain simple yet highly effective poses can make an effective additional to a post-training muscle recovery protocol.

Read more: Yoga for Athletes: Release Shoulder & Neck Tension

Joint pain

The benefits of collagen peptides in promoting joint health have been widely reported by many clinical research studies. By boosting overall joint health, longterm collagen supplementation is believed to be an effective option to help protect joint health and aid recovery from joint pain and inflammation. In this article we explain the what, how and why of using collagen to promote healthy joints. 

Read more: How Can Collagen Boost Joint Health?

Body types

Broadly speaking, we have a genetic physical predisposition to a certain physic, fat to muscle ratio and stature, all of which require different training and nutritional demands. The three body types are endomorph, ectomorph and mesomorph. But what exactly do these terms mean? And how does it effect athletic performance and training goals?

Read more: Are You Endomorph, Ectomorph or Mesomorph?

Yoga downward facing dog

The extensive benefits of yoga are well publicised in modern media, and it has become a firm mainstay of Western culture. For athletes who have never practiced yoga before, certain simple yet highly effective poses can make an effective additional to a post-training muscle recovery protocol.

Read more: Yoga for Athletes: Tight Calfs & Hamstrings