There is such dynamic movement required to play polo. Control the pony, hold the mallet, rotate to hit the ball, and keep on board. It is essential that the rider is agile, supple, has full range of motion. The rider needs to be strong and injury free, so it is imperative that he is rehabilitated correctly after any accident or fall and is kept fully mobile all the time to avoid any injury through the sport itself.
So many of my patients struggle with cravings, weight issues, and late night snack binges. Knowing that certain chemicals in foods, called exorphins, can act as addictive drugs may help to develop strategies to improve health.
You need to know a little bit about exorphins because the makers of processed food, Big Food, know all about these chemicals. In fact, they manipulate ingredients to stimulate our appetites and initiate an addictive cycle of overeating and subsequent disease states…… for more info click here ….
Working with Shane Benzie last week end, from Running Reborn, on Running Techniques, looking at the active Biomechanics of running. By logging data on movement we can see areas of weakness and we can track progress better. Coupled with really looking and working on the Intrinsic Biomechanics we can get much better results for our clients.
For more info get in touch with Emma
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Voted by the Biomechanics Education showing how Biomechanics can make a difference to peoples lives. I have used the techniques learnt to correct the posture of many sailors, horse riders, cyclists and runners. Plus have helped several people avoiding back surgery to overcome pain and discomfort by correcting their movement that has developed due to bad posture.
There is a video clip on the link above and a bios on the link below
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Cold Water Immersion – Athletic Recovery
||Cold water and ice baths, otherwise known as cold water immersion or “cryotherapy,” is a popular technique among amateur and professional athletes, as it is thought to help reduce muscle inflammation and pain after exercise, as well as speed recovery time.
For more click here – http://www.palmahealth.com/coldwaterimmersion.html
There’s a lot of talk about barefoot running. That’s fine if you are running in a paddock or on the beach, but not if you’re running on the pavement. Check this interesting article by Anthony Fletcher.