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  • Why Load is Key during an AFL Pre-Season

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on November 10, 2019

    As the off-season nears a close, many Australian Rules Football clubs across the country will commence their pre-season. One reason pre-season exists is to develop the physical qualities required to complete in-season matches. Additionally, increased opportunity to participate in a greater proportion of training allows the body to prepare for the spike in load once […]

  •   For a full time dancer it’s often hard to know how to approach a long rest period and find the perfect balance between allowing the body to rest and recover whilst maintaining fitness and condition. If managed well a summer break can be used to rest the body and also allows an opportunity to […]

  • Calf Tightness in Runners

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on October 27, 2019

    Calf Tightness in Novice Runners Calf tightness in novice runners is something we see quite commonly in the clinic. It’s important to remember that when you first start running there will be a certain level of tightness, just due to using different muscles and a different application of force through the ankle, knee and hip. […]

  • The Importance of Injury Prevention in Youth Sports

    By starttraining | In Education, Uncategorized | on October 14, 2019

    There has been increased injury rates in youth sports, particularly increases in severe injuries such as ACL injuries. This is partly due to the increases of training loads, sport specialisation at young ages and higher expectations/ stress for success. One thing as a health professional that I am passionate about, is building good relationships and […]

  • Strength & Conditioning Considerations for Squash

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on October 7, 2019

      UPDATE: Over the past week I had the privilege of working at Uni Games as a Sports Trainer, providing first aid and other sports related needs such as strapping to athletes competing in squash. In the interim between treating players (in many cases attempting to do enough to keep them on the court), I […]

  • Part two in our series of overcoming flexibility issues in gym sport athletes looks at shoulder flexibility and thoracic mobility. There is a lot of overlap in these two areas and both hugely affect overhead movement, handstand positions as well as posture and body lines. Like most sports gym sports involve a high volume of […]

  • Recovery for an Elite Athlete

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on September 21, 2019

    Recovery is one of those ‘athlete life problems’ that constantly comes up. We see a lot of athletes come through the clinic who say ‘I don’t have time to stretch post training’ or ‘I got to training late so I didn’t have time to mobilise properly.’ The real truth of the matter is you don’t […]

  • Medial Collateral Ligament Injuries

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on September 9, 2019

    The Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) is located on the inside of the knee. It is unfortunately one of the most common knee ligament injuries. The primary role of the MCL is to help limit any valgus movements. This means stopping the knee from becoming unstable and collapsing inwards. When the knee is slightly bent at […]

  • Optimise your Off-Season

    By starttraining | In Education, News | on September 1, 2019

    7 Tips for Club Rugby Players Now that the season has finished, the off-season brings a fantastic opportunity to lay the foundations for improved performance in the upcoming season. This is the best time to apply yourself in the strength and conditioning department with the break from skills training and more time on your hands. […]

  • So here it is, the most important question that every athlete wants answered… how to feel good on comp day? Every athlete has their own routine, some are stricter than others. Don’t get me wrong habits and patterns of training are important, but I think the problem arises when routines or good habits turn into […]

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