Nutrition for Injury Recovery

I love this infographic from Precision Nutrition. There are many reasons why I signed up for their Level 1 course, one of them being that I have been dealing with multiple injuries in the recent years from a combination of inadequate recovery, inadequate conditioning and lack of knowledge in nutrition for injury recovery. Moving forward,…

Brain Power Training

Movement Efficiency Training will be back on 9th of November 2012, at Twin Towers Fitness Center! This one-day accredited course teaches cutting edge coaching cues deeply rooted in Neuroscience combined with a scientifically sound system of movement progressions and regressions. Movement Efficiency Training is designed to synchronize brain and body with the purpose to empower…

Hump Day Quickie Tip

Cut the milk and creamer calories with a dash of cinnamon in your black coffee! Some info on cinnamon: *Cinnamon is perhaps the most widely recognized spice for boosting metabolism. *Cinnamon can transform the body’s metabolic activity from fat-making to fat-burning mode by increasing insulin sensitivity (Mehtylhydroxy chalcome polymer (MPCP) is the chemical in cinnamon…

Mid-Afternoon Slump? Sugar Rush May Not Be the Answer

In Malaysia, anytime is “Tea Time”. Food in large or small portions are just so easily accessible with 7-elevens just about on every corner, hawker stalls selling local sweets at the lobby of most office buildings and never go thirsty with the availability of sugary drinks at cafes, stalls and motorcycles with portable drink stations….

Common Injuries:Pole & Aerial Athletes

From: Sports Injury Clinic.net What is Impingement Syndrome? Impingement Syndrome, which is sometimes called Swimmer’s shoulder or Thrower’s shoulder, is caused by the tendons of the rotator cuff (supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor and subscapularis muscles) becoming ‘impinged’ as they pass through a narrow bony space called the Subacromial space – so called because it is…