Book Review: Clinical Sports Medicine

Book Review: Clinical Sports Medicine

Clinical Sports Medicine represents a glorious phase of learning and growth for me in this industry. 22 years ago, I was newly qualified and hungry to devour huge tracts of information - make myself the best I could be. 

It was like a learning paradise to see pages loaded with diagrammes, photos, and new concepts on the nature of sporting injury and the interventions required.

Why the Fitness Industry Needs to Go to Specsavers

Why the Fitness Industry Needs to Go to Specsavers

Recently I booked into Specsavers for an eye test. I had this black ‘floater’ in my left eye, which I had had for over a week and I was growingly increasingly concerned. The physical tests were explained clearly and inspired confidence and the third person I saw gave me such an informative insight into my predicament and left me relieved. Contrast this with the experience I have gained in visiting numerous gyms in the last two years…

Book review: Anatomy Trains

Book review: Anatomy Trains

Anatomy Trains is not a new read. It’s first edition hit the stands in 2001. 17 years later, it remains a fantastic and consistently thought provoking text. For anyone involved in delivering fitness and healthcare, it should be on the ‘must read list’. 

Why? Because it delivers fabulous insight into the connectivity of human soft tissue and the way humans move.