Complimentary Marathon Preparation Evening with Complete Physio!
Following the success of the last three years, Complete Physio is hosting its fourth annual Complimentary Marathon Preparation Evening to prepare both your body and mind for the grueling 26.2 miles.
Join Sports Physio, Chris Myers and the Complete Physio Team for an evening of marathon preparation. The evening will be packed with insight, experience and education which will aid novice runners through to regular marathon competitors.
The topics being discussed are:
Injury prevention with physiotherapist Chris Myers
Marathon training plans with personal trainer Ben Leach
Optimum nutrition with sports dietitian Rick Miller
How to train your brain for success and how to use mental rehearsals to improve performance with hypnotherapist Phil Dobson
The event is totally free and will be held on Wednesday 28th January 2015 at 6:30 p.m. on the 30th Floor of the CityPoint building.
Please click the EventBrite link to find more information and to RSVP, and we look forward to seeing you on the 28th!
Happy new year everyone! Hope you had a great Christmas holiday and have had a good start to the new year!
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So Sunday I finally did what I have been thinking about for a while and actually prepared my food for the week (with the help of my lovely wife)!
Two and a half hours, three options, and twelve full meals later I have food for the next four days!
1. Mexican free-range chicken, spicy black beans, roasted cauliflower and brocolli and mexican rice
2. Mixed protein and brown pasta, free-range chicken and lean bacon, mixed peppers, plum tomatoes and pine nuts
3. Chili Salmon with stir-fried vegetables
All this came to around £40. So £3.30 per meal (plus that was our dinner on the day).
It was a bit of an experiment but the plan is to do this once a week!
As CrossFit training gets bigger and more popular this side of the pond, people will be ready to question the principles and intensity of the training.
People do get injured, people do push themselves too hard and people do things they probably aren’t ready to do – but that goes for just about every sport out there! Walk in to any gym in the UK and you will see people training badly, even dangerously!
Thinking about trying CrossFit or have been CrossFitting for a while? Chris Spealler, a very experienced CrossFit coach and athlete, put out a nice blog post about this recently. Made me think a bit too!