October 28, 2019

FFS Head Of Physiotherapy, Eric Cullinane, discusses the assessment and treatment of Coach Cathal’s wrist issue. The assessment included testing wrist range of motion, functional movements and forearm strength testing. Flexibility drills and strengthening exercises were prescribed as part of Cathals rehabilitation programme.

September 29, 2019

FFS Gym's new physiotherapist talks us through her assessment and treatment of Coach Daragh's groin issue. The assessment included testing range of motion, functional movements, and groin strength testing. The exercise program prescribed focused on building tissue resiliency of all the muscles in the region to develop a strong and bullet-proof groin complex.

August 25, 2019

Head of Physiotherapy Eric Cullinane, discusses the assessment and treatment of Coach Conor’s hip issue. The assessment included testing hip range of motion, functional movements and lateral hip strength testing. Mobility drills, gluteus activation exercises and strengthening exercises were prescribed as part of Conor’s rehabilitation programme.

March 13, 2019

We are excited to launch our 12-week online training and nutrition program "The Unit Factory". We have tested our program over the last year with countless athletes and combined our FFS Gyms coaching knowledge to deliver the best online program to build lean muscle and promote fat loss. Find out what it is all about in this blog post.

August 15, 2018

An effective strength training programme invariably will consist of an upper and lower split, intertwined with core strengthening exercises and other accessory exercises. The term “core” is used loosely to describe a group of muscles that make up the mid section of the human body. It is important to differentiate between these muscles and their actions to put together exercises that effectively train the core musculature to play their vital role in the human b...

January 15, 2017

In the first post about weightlifting I covered what it is and why, for me, it absolutely rocks. Having trained with my fair share of different athletes over the last few years I can confirm that those subjective reasons are generally shared by others. Here’s a summary of those good-for-your-soul reasons along with some more benefits there for the taking:

Focus

When learning a lift (and I don’t just mean beginners, weightlifting is one of those ‘never stop learn...

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