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Top 10 Q’s October

How often should I train in a week?   Easy – at least 4 times a week to achieve a healthy lifestyle. Your weekly exercise routine should be balanced. A well-rounded weekly routine would be two gym sessions (strength sessions) and two cardio sessions (run, cycle, walk, swim). Like [...]

Movement Quality

Movement Quality is the ability to perform a movement pattern in an optimal way. For this to be achieved, we need a balanced combination of flexibility, mobility and strength. If that balance shifts too much in one direction we can run into some problems. When we think of movement in [...]

Mobility – What is it all about?

Mobility and Strength Training What is mobility? Mobility is defined as 'The ability of a joint to move actively through a range of motion'. There is a place for mobility in every strength and conditioning programme. However, mobility should not replace strength training but rather act to [...]

Member of the Month

Member of the Month Congratulations to our Member of the Month - Shane Sheridan! Shane first came to us in DSC in 2018 after surgery on his back with a determination to get back to competitive sprinting. A keen athlete, Shane wanted to spend less [...]

Squats – Let’s break them down

Squats Squats Squats Squats are a key component to most classes and gym sessions. Whether it’s a HIIT session, strength session or your pre-season you’ll always find squats as a main element of the program. A squat can reveal a lot about a person so physios and trainers [...]

Client of the month

June Client of the Month With everything that has been going on over the last number of months, we have noticed a huge amount of love coming from our clients. Whether it was buying a voucher, signing up for 7.15 am torture or even just a text of [...]