In today’s blog, something a little different as I look to give you an insight into burnout from a sport psychology perspective. The blog was originally a piece of course for my sport psychology module in my 3rd year of my Sports Science degree. Statement of problem The case study looked at Lorenzo (Lawrence) Bruno… Continue reading Burnout in Sport
All photo credit goes to Sophie Jaffe | Follow her on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram Maybe you’re someone who likes to get up and do yoga in the morning, or maybe you’re like me and prefer to do a few postures before bedtime. Either way, doing yoga in bed is fun, relaxing, and it… Continue reading 7 energising yoga moves you can do in bed
Having been an elite athlete previously for 10 years before becoming a personal trainer, I would like to think I know a thing or two about recovery. In today’s blog I am going to tell you about some of the recovery techniques I have come across and have used in the past and some I… Continue reading Are you getting your recovery right ?
Pam qualified as a Chartered Physiotherapist over 35 years ago and still is passionate about her role working with athletes providing effective injury prevention and rehabilitation strategies. Pam and I paths first crossed when I was a member of the Great Britain rowing team from 2006-09.