By Jonny Kelly THE shoulders are the most flexible joints in the body. They can rotate and move in every direction. The joint is surrounded by muscles called the rotator cuff, as well as several ligaments. In addition, there is a thick ring of cartilage called the labrum between the ball and socket. Advertisement Despite these […]
JONNY KELLY: How to design a gym programme
DO you go to the gym and wonder exactly how many sets and repetitions you should be doing? Or maybe you are not sure how often you should be going to the gym? Thanks to research, you don’t have to guess these things. We know from several studies over the years, what the exact recipe for […]
JONNY KELLY: Five things to do during the off-season
The GAA season is coming to a close in most counties. Unless you are lucky enough to have won the county championship, it is now time to rest and recharge. But many of you will be wondering what to do between now and the next pre-season. These are the 5 things so you should consider […]
Jonny Kelly: Top five exercises to fix your rotator cuff tear
Jonny Kelly explains how you can manage a rotator cuff injury.
Jonny Kelly – Osteitis pubis in Gaelic sport
Learn more about this condition.
Jonny Kelly – Eight ways to prevent injuries during the season
Jonny Kelly from Physio Performance knows what you need to do to stay injury free.
JONNY KELLY – The effect of dehydration on sports performance
WITH the recent hot weather it is a good time to discuss how dehydration affects sports performance. The body is made up of 60 per cent water, and the muscles themselves are made up of 79 per cent water. Dehydration is a medical term that describes fluid imbalance in the body due to excessive loss of water […]
JONNY KELLY – Top three common injuries seen in young athletes
Do you understand the injuries most likely to afflict teenagers?
Jonny Kelly – Do you need an MRI Scan?
Jonny Kelly explains why you might need an MRI scan.