Why a cheetah doesn’t need to warm-up

My first ever post using just my phone, expect more than the average miss-spellings. Apologies in advance. A concept that keeps popping up to me recently is one put forward by Dr Bruce Ames which has been coined 'Triage theory' in relation to diet and micro-nutrients. This has actually been around since 2006 but seems … Continue reading Why a cheetah doesn’t need to warm-up

I’m an athlete, I go to bed at 10

Two things happened this week, Craig Pickering wrote a blog on sleep (don’t know why I’m promoting his stuff after he spammed my news feed all week with it, also feel free to catch up on the times where I’ve written about sleep here and here), and I had to work an extra couple of … Continue reading I’m an athlete, I go to bed at 10

The Great Physiotherapy Conspiracy and the Wonders of Infra-Red Light

In my entire athletic career, prior to 2014, I have been warm weather training a total of one time (excluding the 5 day excursion to Ibiza where we found a track and I did one running session and some bicep curls before the evenings activities). That one trip was a 10 day excursion to Monte … Continue reading The Great Physiotherapy Conspiracy and the Wonders of Infra-Red Light