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Food and nutrition is an undeniably important tool in sport, there is no debate on this. The ins and outs and dietary specifics is however a different matter and sparks much debate. Truthfully, although we can establish general foundations, the best way to eat for performance and recovery is likely to be somewhat individually based. Why bother with nutrition? Adequate nutrition when we are engaging in regular sport is crucial to repair damaged muscles, to condition these musc
Over the last few years rolling ourselves over an uncomfortable, cylindrical object has become somewhat of a trend. Foam rolling has developed a lot a steam and involves applying direct pressure into our soft-tissues (muscles, fascia and so on). Many of us (including myself) make this part of our exercise regime, but what are the reasons behind doing so? And, are we performing it as efficiently as we could be? This blog post explores the answers to such questions and presents