The London Marathon is one of the most exciting races to participate in. With over 35,000 runners at the starting line, it can be exhilarating and gruelling at the same time. Most of the work you need, in order to complete the race, is done in the months leading up to it. Correct preparation is key to your success and a personal trainer can help you stay focused on your goal. But most importantly, a specialised sports physio or osteo can help you recover faster from your training, help you with stretching and strengthening, work on your joints and back to minimise the impact of long running, and help you recover faster from eventual injuries in order to avoid missing your training for too long. Whether you are a beginner or seasoned runner, our team can help you get the best out of yourself.
I-Guru is a London based company delivering some of the UK’s finest Yoga, Meditation and Pilates anywhere they are needed. Working closely with the team at Excellence Physiotherapy, they specialise in assessing each of their clients prior to beginning any ongoing sessions in order that the sessions are designed to be of particular benefit for the clients needs and goals.
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Healthy Employees = Healthy Business
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The cost for employers is very high, not only monetary but in terms of production as well. Read more