Articles by Rosi Sexton
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True or False: Sprinters are Born, Not Made


This month, we ask why is it that some people seem to be effortlessly fast and explosive, while others struggle to generate the same “pop”... Continue reading
True or False: Protein Shakes Will Improve Your Performance


Sports nutrition is big business. For those of us who invest large amounts of time and energy to improve our PBs by fractions of a percentage point, t... Continue reading
True or False: Exercise Improves Brain Function


Cognitive enhancement has become a popular theme in the self-improvement world. There are lots of claims for various supplements, brain training progr... Continue reading
True or False: Deep Squats Are Bad for Your Knees


Knee health is a frequently discussed topic in the fitness community. There’s a lot of popular advice that gets thrown around about things you s... Continue reading
True or False: Caffeine is Bad For You


Full disclosure: I’m writing this while drinking my 3rd coffee of the day. I’ve tried not to let this influence my judgment. Caffeine ... Continue reading
True or False: Foam Rolling Doesn’t Work and is a Waste of Time


Foam rollers first appeared in the 1980s. They started out life as tools used by practitioners of the Feldenkrais method to support the body in certai... Continue reading
True or false: Poor Posture Causes Back and Neck Pain


Many of my clients worry about their bad posture. I know this because they often tell me about it before I even get as far as the physical examination... Continue reading
True or False: Running Is Bad For Your Knees


“I love running, but I know it’s bad for my knees. I keep thinking I should give it up.” It’s something I hear often from m... Continue reading
True or False: A Difference In Leg Length Often Causes Back Pain


Whether we’re aware of it or not, most of us have a slight difference in the length of our legs. In the majority of cases, this is relatively sm... Continue reading
True or False: Clicking or Cracking of Joints Is A Sign Of Damage


Working as an osteopath, I’ve found that one of the most common issues my patients ask about is clicking joints. Many people worry that the nois... Continue reading
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