MTB Fitness Podcast

I recently spoke to the team at MTB Fitness podcast. I covered a fair bit of ground during the podcast and we spoke a lot about what it’s like to work with a professional mountain bike team. I discuss the challenges, and approaches I’ve taken to developing a comprehensive physical preparation programme for each rider and how I’ve changed as … Read More

Nick GranthamMTB Fitness Podcast

Cabinet of Curiosities

I thought I would share with you what I’ve been looking at and working on this week. Here’s my cabinet of curiosities! Somehow I’ve managed to read (well listen to two and read one) three books! Anyone that knows me knows that I have the reading spead of 1000 snails! I discovered x1.5 speed on Audible which is a revelation … Read More

Nick GranthamCabinet of Curiosities

Deja Vu

A common theme at recent conferences that I’ve attended is the importance of communication. On Friday I spoke at the Shoulder Study Day in London hosted by Professor Tony Kochar. The presentations were excellent and whilst there was a significant amount of technical content that related specifically to the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of shoulder injuries, there was an underlying … Read More

Nick GranthamDeja Vu

Cyprus Workshop

Would I be interested in delivering a 1-Day workshop in Cyprus in March? Let me just think about that for a second! Of course! I’ll be heading over to Cyprus in March to deliver my 1-Day Workshop – Modern Exercise Prescription for Therapists at the European Univeristy Cyprus, hosted by Antonis Zacharopoulos. If you fancy a bit of winter sun, … Read More

Nick GranthamCyprus Workshop

PLAE Labs – Loughborough

I’m really looking forward to working with the team from PLAE this year at their first UK PLAE Lab at Loughborough in April. I’ve been watching how these events have developed and they look like a class act. Ron McKeefery is the driving force behind tha labs so it’s no surprise that they have been so well received. The aim … Read More

Nick GranthamPLAE Labs – Loughborough