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Intention and emphasis in physical training

If your intention is to gain usable strength, power, speed then you need to emphasise exercises, drills, movements that involve purposeful (compound, multi-joint, functional) actions performed against appropriate levels of resistance to promote strength, power, develop speed. Simple. Equally simple is that the only real requirement from the facility/space you train in is that is […]

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Press Release – CrossCore® Europe and Mad Dogg Athletics announce strategic alliance to bring Rotational Bodyweight Training (RBT) to the UK Fitness Industry

CrossCore® and Mad Dogg Athletics announce strategic alliance to bring Rotational Bodyweight Training to the UK fitness Industry. CrossCore® Europe has just launched the new CrossCore® Rotational Bodyweight Training (RBT) and European Education Programme. The RBT programme is a 1-Day, 6-hour course worth 6 Continued Education Credits through ISSA and has been designed for personal […]

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CrossCore180 UK and Ireland Facebook page

For those who are starting to recognise the benefits of Rotational Bodyweight Training and rotational resistance training using CrossCore 180 for fitness, sports strength and conditioning or rehab “like” the CrossCore 180 UK Facebook page to keep up with developments and opportunities in the UK/Ireland. Click on this link: http://www.facebook.com/pages/CrossCore-180-UK/178839658829446 CrossCore remains the very best […]

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CrossCore180 goes so far beyond suspension training

CrossCore180 goes so far beyond suspension training, CrossCore is about movement, fluid rotational movement. TRX, Jungle Gym, AST and other strap systems are excellent at providing instability through suspension, CrossCore180 provides movement, rotation through a full range, and the ability to transform it into a functional training resistance machine not dissimilar from a cable machine. […]

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How an endurance athlete prepares for extreme assault course race Tough Mudder: CrossCore180

Balance Performance has worked with the people of Clapham, Stockwell, Brixton, Balham and Tooting for over a decade now. We have developed an affinity with the endurance athlete community based on our expertise dealing with their avoidable overuse injuries and also with combat athletes, dancers and other performance artists based on our awareness and teaching […]

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Balance Performance appoints Henman Communications to handle PR in the sport, well-being and fitness sector

MEDIA INFORMATION Balance Performance, one of the leading sports physiotherapy, rehabilitation, recovery and performance specialists in the UK, have retained PR consultancy Henman Communications to manage their PR for a twelve month period. After a competitive three way pitch Henman Communications have been appointed by Balance Performance to raise their profile through media and athlete […]

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War Machine review from Gymless training blog

A review of the WarMachine pulley suspension system from Alistair Ramsey who attended an introduction to this versatile equipment at Balance Performance. My only regret is that Alistair didn’t pick up on the versatility the WarMachine offers when it comes to leg training. The pulley allows you to work with alternate legs, a cyclical motion, […]

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GB Fencer Claire Bennett’s injury experience

Balance Performance supports and sponsors several athletes, Judo player Winnie Gordon was the first, he’s still winning, most recently in Sarajevo gaining Gold Medal in the European Cup (90kg category), http://bit.ly/erJhrJ . The most recent athlete to join the team is Claire Bennett (Fencing). Claire is a great person to work with unfortunately she has […]

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