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Ben Butler Training Diary 2018 Entry No. 2: A Bump In The Road.

February 9th, 2018|0 Comments

In his second blog post, Ben discusses new year's resolutions, training while on the move and how injury has been hampering his progress. Missed his first blog entry? Check it out here: http://bit.ly/2EdN8zk The journey comes to a stop. I’m not really one for resolutions. It’s not that I’m up [...]

  • Young professional starts fitness training with two former elite athletes.

Ben Butler Training Diary 2018 Entry No. 1: DSC – The Journey Begins!

January 29th, 2018|0 Comments

Introducing DSC's latest recruit, Ben Butler! Ben works for a multinational tech company and his role involves building out projects across Europe and North America . As part of the company's wellness week last summer, Ben joined DSC's Paul and Peter around Merrion Square for a running session. Not coming [...]

  • Light focused on knee to indicate the source of pain

Osteoarthritis – Exercise your way out of pain

January 18th, 2018|0 Comments

For many, a diagnosis of osteoarthritis is quite an upset. It is often perceived to be a condition that will only worsen, that the damage is done and you may as well get used to a life of struggling along from day-to-day. However, unsurprisingly, I am here to explain how [...]

  • Irish woman runs the 2017 New York Marathon

My New York Marathon Experience! By Rose Kidd

November 15th, 2017|0 Comments

The NY marathon is quoted as being a “26.2 mile block party through the world’s most diverse city”. I was one of 50,0000 people who lined up on the 5th November, to run this marathon. I was excited but also a bit apprehensive as I had picked up a calf [...]

  • Food remedies to cure a cold p, including flaxseeds , pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, honey, lemon, ginger, nuts and supplements.

To exercise or not to exercise: Tips for working out with a cold

November 10th, 2017|0 Comments

With a dramatic drop in temperatures this week, it's safe to say that winter is officially here! That's means more people are staying indoors, in close proximity with one another and the spread of the common cold or respiratory illnesses heightens tenfold. A common question we get asked is whether [...]

  • Physiotherapist shows golfer how to stretch his hip flexor.

Rest Is Not Best! A different perspective on injury rehabilitation.

October 24th, 2017|0 Comments

For anyone who has had the misfortune of suffering a muscle injury, whether it was a small strain in your calf muscle at the end of a long run or tearing your hamstring sprinting to keep the ball in play, you will probably have gone through a couple of weeks [...]