By: Georgia Main

The Best Expertise

Maintaining the best results requires knowledge and expertise. Our athletes train and so do we, through our professional development program. Meaning that when a practitioner the treats you, they have the most advanced injury care knowledge. Read about what our practitioners are thinking in the injury blogs below.

What your cool down should look like

In opposition to a warm up, a cool down is geared toward slowing down the body’s pace and preparing it for...

Your warm up should include these 3 components

A warm up is a vital and often forgotten component of any exercise or sport. It allows for the body to...

Is my jaw causing my headache?

Headaches are a common occurrence for some, probably more common now with the lifestyle changes and stresses of the current lockdown...

Running more? Why you should have a plan

We have seen a lot of overuse injuries at CSSM recently as many of us do more walking or running than...

The female athlete triad: over-training and energy deficiency in female athletes

By Osteopath, Nicole Owen-Tighe This one’s for all our super sporty female champions out there! The ‘Female Athlete Triad’ – maybe...

Building strength in just 13 minutes

A lot of people have upped their running km’s throughout iso which is great to see however, we need to make...

The 7 elements in every athlete training program

Can a training program really help to achieve your goals? How do you create one and keep yourself on track when going at it alone? Here, CSSM myotherapist Kelsey Thomas shares the...

Behavioural goals: the secret to success

Behavioural Goals vs Outcome goals By CSSM Podiatrist Alicia Schifferle Generally, when we want something, we are taught to first think...

Spotlight on Sylvie: Keeping up the motivation

   Sylvie Tennant is one of our original members of the CSSM Run Club. A busy mother of two young children, she initially got into...

The home schooling guide to phys ed: keeping kids moving during iso

If you have children, chances are before lockdown, you felt much of your week was spent travelling from one activity to...