A new study throws a lot of stuff into the mix, but seems confusing in relation to results and conclusions.
A nice new systematic review from Peter Malliaras's group, with first author Jack Dix sheds some light on this oft argued topic.
Australian Rules Football is a game played by big, strong, fast people who collide hard and wear no protective armour.
Despite most of the attention being focused on men who play "the beautiful game", 35,000,000 + women play soccer worldwide.
Well, this is a bit of a rhetorical question. Of course it works, but sometimes it fails. Now, I wonder why that might be?
The Female Athlete Triad was rebranded in 2014 as Relative Energy Deficiency Syndrome or RED-S.
The link between distance running and knee osteoarthritis (KOA) has been extensively investigated, but are there other factors?
In this the second little discussion on all things football, we take a look at how, or if we might prevent injury in soccer.
I believe Australian Rules Football is the great and true football code, I thought it might be time to do a little series.