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Laura Turner-Alleyne on CHHP

Friday 3rd June 2016

Laura Turner-Alleyne reflects on her career and working with CHHP Team GB sprinter Laura Turner-Alleyne has had a decorated athletics career, competing in countless competitions including the 2008 Olympic Games in Beijing and the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Deli. After retiring from athletics in 2014, Britain’s 5th fastest woman of all time used her wealth of knowledge and […]

Prof Greg Whyte OBE on why UFC fighter Connor McGregor might be the complete package

Tuesday 14th July 2015

UFC: Conor McGregor the ‘complete package’ ahead of world title fight Are MMA fighters the complete athlete? Professor Greg Whyte worked with Conor McGregor to put the theory to the test… Ahead of fighting for the interim world championship against Chad Mendes in Las Vegas, McGregor was put through his paces by ex-Olympian and Harley […]

Prof Greg Whyte OBE on Overcoming Challenges

Tuesday 14th July 2015

5 ways to overcome challenges 1. Think Big The biggest barrier to achieving success is often ourselves and those around us. How often have you thought about doing something challenging and find yourself saying: ‘I’ll never be able to achieve that!’ More often, in my experience, it is the lack of support from those closest […]

James Collins on the heat at Wimbledon this summer

Tuesday 14th July 2015

It’s official: Wimbledon was baking hot. Hotter than it had ever been, in fact. The temperature in SW19 reached 35.7C on Wednesday, and it even touched 41.2C on Centre Court. “I was starting to get dizzy out there with the heat hitting me,” said Australia’s 27th seed Bernard Tomic. Not all the players complained. Some […]

Dr Kreindler on airplane stowaway!

Tuesday 14th July 2015

The medical conundrum of plane stowaways A man is fighting for his life after apparently surviving stowing away in the undercarriage of a 5,600-mile (9,000km) flight to London. Given extremely low temperatures and a lack of oxygen, how was he able to survive the journey? Flights from Johannesburg to London take about 11 hours. Boeing […]

​5 ways to get fit in Marylebone

Tuesday 14th July 2015

1. CHHP This Harley Street fitness and wellness centre is so much more than just a gym. With trained medical professionals alongside highly qualified trainers and cutting edge equipment CHHP is the perfect environment for structured and unique fitness experience. The team provide bespoke solutions for clients across the exercise spectrum, from first time exercisers to […]

Corporate Contender Programme

Tuesday 14th July 2015

Professor Greg Whyte OBE and Psychotherapist Jon Treanor launch ‘Corporate Contender’ Unique programme delivers comprehensive wellness assessment and strategies for maintaining both mental and physical health London, UK – World-renowned sports scientist and physical activity expert, Professor Greg Whyte OBE, and psychotherapist and entrepreneur, Jon Treanor, today announce the launch of ‘Corporate Contender’, the first […]

Andy Lane on Wearable Tech

Tuesday 14th July 2015

What wearable tech brands need to know about the science of habits Everyday we hear about habits in a negative context: a gambling habit, a smoking habit. But if you’re keen to take your mental and physical wellbeing into your own hands, it’s the positive habits you need to form in order to achieve success. […]

James Collins on Footballer’s diets

Tuesday 14th July 2015

FA Cup final 2015: 10 things you didn’t know about footballers’ diets James Collins, head nutritionist at FA Cup finalists Arsenal and lead nutritionist for England at the 2014 FIFA World Cup, shines a light on the unique challenges of feeding professional footballers. Football fans and amateur players are always fascinated to know what professional […]

Professor Greg Whyte OBE helps young athlete to win gold and break track record

Tuesday 9th June 2015

Chichester’s Ollie Smith is celebrating a golden start to track and field season.  The British Universities and College (BUCS) Championships are the traditional curtain-raiser to the outdoor season and attracted more than 100 institutions. Smith represented Brunel University in the 400m and 4×400 team relay – in some style. His spirits were relatively high going into […]