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Davina’s right hand man

Tuesday 25th March 2014

Accompanying Davina on every step of her BT Sport Relief challenge is Professor Greg Whyte OBE – Olympian, ‘physical activity guru’ and world-renowned sports scientist.

CHHP’s man behind Sport Relief

Tuesday 25th March 2014

He is the driving force behind David Walliams’ swim of the English Channel and River Thames, Eddie Izzard’s 43 marathons in 50 days and Gary Barlow and Cheryl Cole’s climb of Mount Kilimanjaro.

Dr. Jack Kreindler speaks to Wired Magazine

Tuesday 25th February 2014

High altitude doctor trains amateurs for Everest Jack Kreindler is cofounder of the Centre for Health and Human Performance. His career spans 20 years of business, information technology, emergency medicine and high altitude physiology. He will be speaking at Wired Health on 29 April. Wired.co.uk: You seem to be a bit of a polymath, working in a […]

Jo Whiley with CHHP physio James Vickers

Friday 21st February 2014

Radio 2 presenter, Jo Whiley, will be pushing herself to the limit as she attempts to run, swim and cycle 25,000 miles – the circumference of the world. She updates us on her preparation and training for the challenge with CHHP physiotherapist, James Vickers. Source – bbc.co.uk – © [2014] BBC”

Rob Madden’s Sochi Journey – Part 2

Friday 14th February 2014

The second part of a two-part blog on one of our specialist’s, Rob Madden, and his journey and experience of the 2014 XXII Winter Olympic Games in Sochi, Russia.

Davina McCall’s Sport Relief Challenge with Professor Greg Whyte

Tuesday 28th January 2014

See what CHHP’s Greg Whyte has been up to for Sport Relief with Davina. “McCall is all for encouraging busy souls to fit in short bursts of exercise – her Fit In 15 DVD is currently flying off the shelves. But, spurred on by ‘saint’ trainer Prof Gregg Whyte OBE, who coaches all the Sports […]

Rob Madden’s Sochi Journey – Part 1

Monday 20th January 2014

One of our Physiotherapists at CHHP is working with the Canadian Snowboard Team and is about to go out to Sochi for the 2014 Winter Olympics.

Australian Open – Impact of the heat

Monday 20th January 2014

Australian Open organisers have been criticised for forcing players to compete in intense heat as temperatures hit 42C (107.6F) in Melbourne.