Physio First Conference (via Henning Langberg)


Henning has started a new blog. His first post is from Nottingham Uk at the Physio First Conference. Henning is brains behind Human Motion Denmark, I´ll be following his blog with great interest and I recommend you do the same. Henning is Danish so I suggest that you use google translate if you need another language. For an English transerlation click HenningLangberg – English

Er på vej hjem fra Physio First Conference i Nottingham (http://www.physiofirst.org.uk/). Emnet for koncerencen var Research or Clinical Practice – which is the driver? En super to dags konference med 450 fysioterapeuter fra hele UK. Det gav mig lejlighed til en snak med Professor Paul Hodges om hvor meget smerter betyder for muskulaturens evne til at fungere optimalt. Pauls forsker gruppe i Australien har vist at når man har smerter i ryggen for … Read More

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About Simon Hunt

As a professional for over 15 years with a strong academic background, Simon has developed dynamic style of personal training. Effective, functional training routines, tailored towards your personal health and fitness goals are what he loves to work towards. This style of training is based around a wealth of experience that includes, working with numerous World and Olympic athletes, developing Norwegian sport champions, preventing heart problems and other diseases through exercise as a medicine, as well as countless private clients. www.sihunt.wordpress,com www.youtube.com/user/SiHunt As professional athlete and personal trainer, i have over 24 years experience in athletics where my expertise lie in the jump events and sprints. I also have knowledge of basketball and gymnastics. I have 15 years experience working as personal trainer 6 of which as an exercise physiologist training heart patients, ranging from angina to transplant, as well as many other specialised conditions i.e. diabetics etc.
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