Our inactivity and injury costs the NHS £7.6bn, according to Sport England.
Just a few days to go now, and I’m injury free and feeling really strong. Speed over the course may be a little slower than I was hoping for, but we’ll see.
Ian’s off to London to give our third foot and ankle problems workshop for Body Control Pilates teachers this coming Wednesday, 3rd March.
All in all, this was a valuable experience, and the Army have asked Ian to consider to the Physical Training Corps.
Halfway through, and subjects as diverse as health and safety rules around arduous training, and daily nutrition for a balanced diet have been addressed. I have also gleaned valuable knowledge from other specialists on the course, including dieticians and personal trainers.
Ian has a wealth of experience directing physical training for soldiers and Army recruits, and is looking forward to learning the Army’s latest thoughts on ‘progressive training techniques in a robust physical environment’ as the Army pamphlet calls it.
Run Norwich is a 10-kilometre road race, organised by Norwich City FC Community Sports Foundation (CSF).