THE NUMBER ONE REASON FOR TRIATHLON INJURIES AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

THE NUMBER ONE REASON FOR TRIATHLON INJURIES AND WHAT TO DO ABOUT IT

Triathlon is an incredibly tough sport whereby you are essentially cramming three sports into one. As we come into the start of the triathlon season with the Noosa event just around the corner I though this would be a timely reminder of the most common cause of triathlon injuries: the time trial position!

 

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Reducing your Headache Pain with Gina Kezelman

Reducing your Headache Pain with Gina Kezelman

Hi guys. It's Gina from Balance and Motion Physio, and today I wanted to talk to you about headaches. Headaches are extremely frustrating and debilitating. There's actually a lot that you can do to make them feel better. I want to teach you a little bit about them and then give you some tips on how to manage them….

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HOW TO RECOVER LIKE A PRO ATHLETE

HOW TO RECOVER LIKE A PRO ATHLETE

RECOVERY:

Triathlon races, half and full marathons and big games of sport require intense physical and mental drain in order to achieve ‘PB’s and the win. You leave absolutely nothing in the tank to achieve your goals. You hit the finish line or the final whistle exhausted (hopefully happy) and broken. You couldn’t have tried harder.

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REDUCE RUNNING INJURIES WITH THESE STRENGTH EXERCISES

REDUCE RUNNING INJURIES WITH THESE STRENGTH EXERCISES

It’s a fact. Strength training improves a runners performance.

There aren’t many things we can definitively say , but we can confidently assure you of that . Systematic reviews are the strongest form of evidence we have. Yamamoto et al 2008 concluded that runners perform better after a strength and conditioning program in their systematic review.

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MY SUMMER AS A TRIATHLETE

MY SUMMER AS A TRIATHLETE

I’ve worked at Balance In Motion for over 2.5 years. We treat a good variety of people including a lot of triathletes here in Bondi. This means I had a lot of triathlon related knowledge but not a great deal of personal experience. Over the summer, I decided to change this. I registered for the Huskisson Long Course, found myself a triathlon group and got training. There were times when I hated it, but surprisingly, for the most, I loved it. And I learnt a lot!

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Pillows and Matresses: What you need to know

Pillows and Matresses: What you need to know

One of the top 5 questions we get asked is how should I sleep or do you think my sleeping position is causing this?

One of the most common injuries we see is someone that went away on holiday and then suddenly developed raging neck pain. Why? A change in bed surface, pillow surface or size of pillows. Our bodies don’t generally love sudden changes.

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