Vagus Nerve Damage among Athletes: 7 Things You Didn’t Know

Introduction Health is one of the most critical factors for all types of athletes to deliver the highest level of performance. To maintain sound health, the vagus nerve plays a crucial part such as regulating heart rate, digestion, and breathing. Vagus nerve damage symptoms can lead to a variety of health issues and greatly impacts… Read More


What is the History of Concussion & Risk of Subsequent Injury in Athletes & Service Members?

Research Paper Title History of concussion and risk of subsequent injury in athletes and service members: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Background Risk of secondary injury after a primary concussion in sports and military contexts is an emerging area of interest in research. The purpose of this review was to provide an evidence synthesis describing… Read More

200 Metres: Athletes vs. Commandos!

In 2017, the qualification standard for British athletes for the 200 metres was set at: 21.35 seconds for men; and 24.70 seconds for women. For military personnel attending the Royal Marines Recruit Course, the Royal Marines Young Officer Course, and the All Arms Commando Course, the qualification standard for the 200 metres was set at:… Read More