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Need some more detail on your particular injury? Nell and the team blog regularly, sharing clinical insight on topics from Sarah Key’s 5 Stages of Back Pain and Diane Lee’s Integrated Systems Model, to effective treatment for ruptured ACLs, dodgy shoulders and sprained ankles. 

Value the Pause – Stillness in Yoga

Looking around the Tube on my commute, I am struck by the number of people who use their phones to watch TV or play reward-offering games which keep them coming back for more. Mindless activities, as opposed to being mindful. Not resting, but receiving at all times....

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Lazy Bum Epidemic: Release

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about the phenomenon of gluteal imbalance, which we've dubbed the Lazy Bum Epidemic.  In How Skeletal Muscles Work, I wrote about the three different types of skeletal muscle: prime movers, local stabilisers and global...

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What is the RSM Model?

Over the past few weeks, I've been writing about How Skeletal Muscles Work, and what happens when they go wrong and you create a muscle imbalance.  Today, I'm writing with the good news - how you can treat muscle imbalance using our unique RSM Model - Release,...

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The Lazy Bum Epidemic

One of the issues I see very regularly at Victory (by which I mean, several times a day) is that of the lazy bum.  In fact, it's becoming something of a City epidemic.  Over the next few weeks, I'm going to explain what to do about it - but I'm going to start this...

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Here’s how to get marathon ready!

It's that time of year - if you're running the London Marathon, those nerves are probably kicking in! This week, Victory's Head of Performance Helen Murawska talks about making sure you've done everything you need to do...  There’s a lot to be said for us list-makers...

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How skeletal muscles work

Over the next few weeks, I'm planning a series of posts on the ways that different body parts can go wrong, and what do to about them.  However, before I do that, I think it's important to understand how muscles in general work.  Did you know that there are...

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How to bend without hurting your back

If I hear someone saying “bend your knees, not your back!” once more, I think I might scream. Why? Because it’s just so wrong, and so counterproductive. Think about it. You have 29 bones in your spine (7 in your neck, 12 in your thorax, 5 in your low back and 5 —...

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