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  • Knee Replacements

    Knee Replacements

    Knee replacement surgery is a routine operation undertaken to replace the knee joint with either a plastic or metal joint .

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  • Book now for interactive swim session with Coach Paul Webb

    Book now for interactive swim session with Coach Paul Webb

    We have just opened up booking for International swim coach Paul (Paulo) Webb’s' interactive pool session.

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  • Post Christmas Exercises

    Post Christmas Exercises

    Many of us have been a lot less active over the Christmas period, sitting in front of the T.V with a glass of wine in one hand and fifth mince pie in the other!

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  • Wanting a challenge for 2017?

    Wanting a challenge for 2017?

    We’ve put together a list of some great sporting events worth entering this year, from fun runs to marathons and across multiple sports too. It’s worth checking out and we hope you feel inspired!

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  • Take your swimming to the next level

    Take your swimming to the next level

    Move your swim training to the next level with International swim coach Paul Webb.

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  • Seasonal Affective Disorder.

    Seasonal Affective Disorder.

    Seasonal Affective Disorder, most of us are affected by the change in seasons.

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  • Shin Splints

    Shin Splints

    Shin splints, also known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome, (MTSS), is a general term used to describe exercise-induced pain in the front of the lower legs or shins.

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  • Re Launch of our Sports Massage Service

    Re Launch of our Sports Massage Service

    We are very happy to say that Tessa Abbott has returned from her travels and has re- joined Stephanie and Rachel on our Sports Massage Team. Take a look at the reasons and benefits of having regular sports massage.

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  • How much exercise should you be doing and what kind ?

    How much exercise should you be doing and what kind ?

    According to The World Health Organisation, 18 – 64 year olds should do 150 minutes of moderate intensity exercise, or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity exercise each week as a minimum or a combination of the two.

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