My Articles

This set of articles looks at how you can safely assess and prepare your squad for elite training and maximal performance.The articles differ slightly from the full screen (below) but not much.

This is a look at the evidence for injury and performance screening in elite adolescent climbers. A bit niche and not to ‘heavy’. Hard copies available on THIS COURSE.

As promised in the above articles here is the full screen and the spreadsheet to help organise (proper training is essential before use but it’s unlikely you’ll ask).

Dave MaCleod’s book has been flying off the shelves to universal acclaim. Here is a little review.

The articles below are written for the AMI magazine and are a resource for mountain professionals on injury and injury avoidance whilst at work.

This is a series on self-diagnosis in The Professional Mountaineer magazine

  • An article by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy about the COACHING SCHEME. Appeared online and in the magazine, Frontline in November 2013
  • An article by The Sheffield Star about THE FOUNDRY ACADEMY which was started officially in 2008. The UK’s first BMC funded Academy no less
  • A feature on qualifications and careers in Climb Magazine from January 2014 where I talk about how I became a physio and why. CLICK THIS to know more

Urban Abseiling – An Instructors Guide to Charity Abseiling

This should prove useful whether running an abseil from a building or being involved as one either as an instructor or participant. It is the most comprehensive guide to abseiling from buildings

All articles unless otherwise noted are pdf files.

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