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Nutrition to Support Immune Function Reducing the risk of upper respiratory infection (URI) Many studies over the last 35 years report an increase in upper respiratory infection (URI) symptoms in athletes during periods of heavy training and competition. Many challenges athletes face such as heavy exercise and life stress can influence immune function leading to ...read more →

Nutrition2021-03-23T10:28:43+00:00

Well-being: Finding Your Way

Well-being: Finding Your Way of Well-being With so much out of our own hands at the moment, every day is throwing a test of some sort. Whether that be juggling home-schooling with a working day, training without any clear competition focuses, or just getting on with the day knowing the four walls of your house ...read more →

Well-being: Finding Your Way2021-03-23T10:19:22+00:00

Organisational Wellbeing

A New Way to Approach Organisational Wellbeing It is quite possible that over the next 12 to 24 months there is likely to be a seismic shift in how we view our approach to well-being and the importance of our belief of how our working environment should be, both as an employee but also as ...read more →

Organisational Wellbeing2021-03-09T15:48:06+00:00

Nutrition for Recovery

Recovery is a key focus for all athletes and nutrition often plays an essential role in optimising recovery. After training and competition, your body can suffer from fuel depletion, muscle damage and dehydration. Therefore, the goal of post-training nutrition is to refuel, repair and rehydrate the body to ensure it recovers optimally to support your ...read more →

Nutrition for Recovery2021-03-02T15:23:18+00:00

Finding Meaning

Finding meaning, connecting, and embracing the twists and turns of the last 12 months. Transitioning through critical life moments, whether that be entering a new year, progressing into a new job, or moving into a new house, often provides us with the feelings of a fresh start, a time to clear out less helpful habits and an ...read more →

Finding Meaning2021-02-11T16:47:02+00:00

Desk Ergonomics

Whether working in an office or working a from home, it is important to appropriately arrange your desk to support your body during prolonged periods of sitting. The muscle and joints in your bodies are designed for movement and aches and pains will often occur as a result of immobility. Whilst taking regular breaks from your desk to walk around ...read more →

Desk Ergonomics2021-02-10T21:17:00+00:00
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