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Ladies and Girls Rugby returning to London Irish Amateur Rugby FC Leave a comment Read more »

Ladies and Girls Rugby returning to London Irish Amateur Rugby FC

The London Irish Amateur Rugby Football Club are delighted to announce that they are re-launching their girls’ rugby section for age groups U15, U18 and Adult. “We will ensure that the girls get the best opportunity to develop both as individuals and team players, and…


Review of 2013 Carib Tobago Rugby 7s Tournament: NY City & Maple Leafs Victorious Leave a comment Read more »

Review of 2013 Carib Tobago Rugby 7s Tournament: NY City & Maple Leafs Victorious

Last weekend I had the opportunity to participate in the Carib Tobago Rugby 7s Tournament in Tobago with the Samurai Beavers. The tournament was a fantastic experience – not only because it allowed me to exchange the cold and grey English skyline with sunny 30…


Body Perception: Post-London 2012 Leave a comment Read more »

Body Perception: Post-London 2012

Body perception refers to that which we all feel about our own body and how we think others perceive it. It relies mainly on our personality, personal experiences and various social and cultural factors. It is common that some people will have an obscure body…


Fiona Pocock: Importance of Positive Attitude to Physical Recovery Leave a comment Read more »

Fiona Pocock: Importance of Positive Attitude to Physical Recovery

It has been a while since my last blog on my lessening knee injury and quite a lot has happened. Most of all, my attitude towards my knee has changed and I now no longer see it as an unwanted, stress-inducing part of me. This…


ACL Injuries: Guide to Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention Leave a comment Read more »

ACL Injuries: Guide to Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention

Everywhere I go these days I appear to come up against an ACL injury. This involves the Anterior Cruciate Ligament; one of the short ligaments that cross (hence ‘cruciate’) inside the knee inhibiting forward movement of the tibia (shin bone). It is also one of…


Fiona Pocock: Week 12 Rehab Milestone Leave a comment Read more »

Fiona Pocock: Week 12 Rehab Milestone

So, I’ve reached my 12 week milestone. This is the point in the rehab process where my new ligament should be fully healed. Healed in the respect that it’s a working ligament now, and no longer the patella tendon it once was. It’s quite astonishing…


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