Tag Archives for Knee Injury

Chris Gregory

Dealing with ‘clicky,’ achy knees My Clicky Achy Knees were getting worse I always suffered with ‘clicky’ knees, as I started to train and compete in Crossfit and Weightlifting I found that my knees also began to ache a lot. I’d struggle to recover between sessions and at the same time my knees were getting…

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Maintaining Joint Health As We Age

As we age, things that we could once do without a second thought leave us aching and feeling sore. Repeating this process over time starts to cause little niggles or can lead to serious injuries. Aches and niggles can drastically affect our quality of life and happiness. They can stop us pursuing a sport or…

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Ben Gilmore

Over my ten year military career I have been an active member of the parachute regiment, before becoming a physical training instructor (PTI) for 22 SAS. I’ve been a member of the P Company staff for selection of potential Parachute Regiment recruits as well as second in command of physical fitness at first battalion Parachute…

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Liam Holborn

My physical job and training twice a day always left my joints feeling a bit stiff. It wasn’t that it was stopping me doing anything, there were just always dull aches that I couldn’t seem to shift. Since I started using GLC2000 6 months ago I haven’t any soreness in my joints. My schedule is…

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Interview: Emma McQuaid

Talking training, overcoming injuries and mental preparedness with the 12th fittest women in the Crossfit Open Emma McQuaid is one of the fittest women in the UK, Europe and according to this years Crossfit Open placings, now the World. Whilst on a Regionals training camp in the USA we get a chance to chat with…

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