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5th July 2021

Rounded Shoulders & Its Impact on Posture

Rounded shoulders is caused when the resting shoulder position moves forward than the usual shoulder position. It affects the ideal shoulder alignment and causes postural imbalance […]
21st June 2021
Yoga and Covid 19

Yoga and Covid 19

Yoga focuses on bringing harmony between mind and body. It helps to build up psycho-physiological health and manage daily stress. Several studies have shown the efficacy […]
19th June 2021
Shin Splints & Running

Shin Splints & Running

Lower leg pain can also present in the form of pain in the shin. This condition is called Shin Splints. Intensity of the pain depends on […]
14th November 2019

Understanding Diabetes – On World Diabetes Day

World Diabetes Day (WDD) was created in 1991 by International Diabetes Federation (IDF) and the World Health Organization in response to growing concerns about the escalating health […]
18th August 2019

Physiology of Endurance Training Part 1: Energy Systems

Understanding how our bodies work will be quite helpful in our pursuit to optimise Endurance performance. A person training for competing in endurance-based events requires a […]
17th August 2019

Physiology Of Endurance Training Part 1 : Cardiopulmonary System

In our earlier blog we have seen that endurance based activities primarily depend on Oxidative Phosphorylation (Oxygen) energy system, hence it is beneficial for an athlete […]
17th August 2019

Physiology of Endurance Training Part 3: Effects on the Cardiopulmonary system.

Until now, we have seen that an improvement in the oxygen carrying ability is an important factor contributing to peak performance in endurance sport, since it […]
17th August 2019

Physiology of Endurance Training Part 4 : Skeletal Muscle

Skeletal Muscle Fibre Types : Most textbooks on exercise physiology classify the skeletal muscle fibres into three basic types. However, recent research suggests that there might […]
17th August 2019

Endurance Tests and Assessments Part 1 : Movement Analysis and Biomechanics

The goal of every Training Program is to maximize effectiveness and improve competitive performance. By minimising risk of injuries and maximising enjoyment, a well-designed training program […]
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