Wednesday, 25 April 2018

Using Sports Psychology to Train the Brain to Win

In this article, William Rover explains how training the mind can have a positive impact on performance.

The Benefits of Yoga for Professional Athletes

In this article, Betty Barker explains why Yoga techniques like mindfulness and breath control have started making their way into the world of professional sports.

Fostering Strong Relationships Between Coaches and Athletes

In this articleSophie Deeling explains how to foster a strong relationship between a coach and their athletes.

Tuesday, 24 April 2018

More Cardio In Your Workout

In this article,  Joe Fleming explains how to safely incorporate more cardio into your workout routine.

Thursday, 19 April 2018

Shoulder Injuries

In this Article Shoulder injuries are highly common, especially among athletes and avid gym-goers. The shoulder is one of the most mobile and complex joints in the human body and, because of this, there is a lot that can go wrong if you're not careful. Keep your shoulder joints safe and intact is essential if you want to continue to play your favourite sports or perform your favourite exercises. Listed below are five of the most common shoulder injuries, along with tips on how to prevent and properly treat them.

Pedagogical approach to Sport Education

In this articleNika Haper takes a look at the methods and activities of teaching used in physical education

Tuesday, 10 April 2018

Treating Sports Injuries Naturally

Whether you are an athlete or an avid gym-goer, injuries are often inevitable for people who train consistently. That being said, there are a lot of things you can do to treat common injuries like muscle sprains and strains without turning to pharmaceuticals, which come with a number of problematic side-effects. This article reviews eight all-natural remedies that can be used to treat all kinds of sports and exercise-related injuries.

Monday, 2 April 2018

Treating Sports Hernias

The name 'sports hernia' is a misnomer because unlike other hernias, it does not form a visible bulge and does not tend to heal well with rest and other traditional recovery methods. In this article, we highlight the symptoms of a sports hernia and discuss the most recommended treatments for the condition.

Exercise Treatment for Chronic Illness

If you are suffering from a chronic condition, it is important to know that there are lots of steps you can take to improve your symptoms and take back control of your life. In conjunction with medication and dietary and lifestyle changes, exercise is a great treatment option for a number of chronic illnesses, including the four common ones that are listed in this article.

Managing Competitive Sports Stress

Stress management is an important tool for any athlete, from the weekend warrior to the professional. There are several techniques one can employ to manage the stress that competitive sports can bring. This article identifies five of the best ways to do so.

Sunday, 1 April 2018

Sham Health Foods

In this article, Paul Aitken considers if some of these healthy foods are as beneficial to us as they promoted to be.

The Future of Sports Could be Very Unhealthy

One of the issues with eSports taking over the world of sport is that it is not a sport in the traditional sense. It requires skill, dexterity, timing and a lot of practice, but fitness is not a prerequisite. If you can stay awake for hours at a time staring at a computer screen and you can stay sharp throughout, then you have what it takes. If this does indeed become the world's biggest sport, and it looks like it will, then these are the issues we need to fix before we spurn generations of unfit children. Read the article.

The Benefits of Camping

In this articlePaul Aitken provides an overview of the benefits of camping for families and kids.

Are Sports Dangerous?

In this article, Paul Aitken provides an overview of the surprisingly dangerous sports and not so dangerous sports.

Foot Arch Type

How much do you really pay attention to your foot health? While you may be aware that your feet help you get around and keep your body balanced while standing or moving, they contribute so much more to your general health and well-being, most especially if you are into sports. In this respect, it is no wonder that the shoes you choose to wear have a bigger impact on your biomechanics than you might realize. Did you know there is a bit of a science to buying the right shoes for your feet in relation to your foot arch type? Read the article.