Exercise & Recovery: Getting it Right

Introduction Sufficient rest and recovery is an important element of exercise and training that can ensure that your clients reap the desired adaptations from their training programmes. This brief article outlines how to monitor fatigue, assess recovery needs and the best recovery techniques to put in place. Regular, progressive, and challenging training is essential for clients to make improvements… Read More

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Exercise Modifications: Mastering Progressions & Regressions

1.0     Introduction This article provides a brief overview of progressions and regressions, which are central to any safe and effective exercise programme. As fitness, strength levels, and movement competencies vary between individuals, it is important that exercise professionals are able to modify exercises through progressions and regressions. Consequently, exercise modification is a crucial skill… Read More

5 Tips to Care for Your Feet During a Boot Camp

Introduction Boot camp trainings can last for hours that may involve a variety of demanding exercises to help build strength, fitness, and endurance. However, doing intense workouts your body isn’t used to can take an enormous toll on your body, especially your legs and feet. Start Slow One of the most intense and physically demanding… Read More

Does Adapting Marching Distances & Physical Training Decrease Recruits Injuries & Attrition?

Research Paper Title Adapted Marching Distances and Physical Training Decrease Recruits’ Injuries and Attrition Background There is evidence that progressive loading of physical demands at the beginning of basic military service and specific physical training can reduce injury incidences. Therefore, aim of this study was to measure the effects of a progressive increase in marching… Read More