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Any ankle, knee and hip injury whether because of sport, poor posture or a fall, will affect balance.. A leg injury such as an ankle sprain or fracture, will decrease joint position sense or 'proprioception'. Proprioception is the sense though which we perceive the position and movement of our body, including our sense of equilibrium and balance, senses that depend on the notion of force (Jones, 2000). Decreased proprioception reduces your ability to balance, making it easier to tr...
Posted on 2022-01-17
"Let’s face it, change is HARD.  The last few years is no exception.  I don’t know about you, but I realized that this “pause” or “reset” has afforded me the opportunity to slow down, be more kind to myself, take the time to do things I haven’t been able to do, or to try and to start the process of change. It first started over a year ago on my commute to work. Who knew that 40 minutes of uninterrupted, time spent in your vehicle could be so t...
Posted on 2022-01-17
No matter if people think they do or don’t people squat, deadlift, overhead press everyday – inside the gym or in everyday life.  It is important to have a great foundational basic from which they body can move. To get this the trunk / pelvis must act as stabilisers to allow your limbs to perform the movement effectively.. One way that the body automatically prepares for movement is to brace. In order to brace effectively one must breathe properly, have effective stabilisation...
Posted on 2022-01-16
Most athletes spend their time in the gym, on the ice or field improving their physical fitness and skill, some will work with sports psychologist or mental game coaches to help improve their mental skill. But a very small percent focus on improving their vision and cognitive performance. Many athletes think their poor performance is due to lack of physical fitness or lack of skill refinement, but in reality a lot of times it is poor vision and cognitive performance that lead to these failures....
Posted on 2022-01-10
Well, fall is here (and its pretty much winter, now!). The temperature is dropping, wet and cold weather loom outside, and suddenly we realize that the road cycling season is almost over. Still, some of you may squeeze a ride in here and there, enjoying the last of the fewer and fewer warm days we have left. Others may have already called the season over and may start looking into getting ready for next year. It doesn’t matter if you are a triathlete looking forward to competing next year ...
Posted on 2021-11-25
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