All headlines for 2010

Change made easy on the BBC

Date Posted: 01/05/2010

Last time we looked at what to change. How tweaking your diet, activity levels and scheduling can make a big difference in anybody's life. This time I'd like to go back to the process of change because irrespective of what you are trying to change there are some fundamental things to keep in mind about change.

Stretch Station Arrives

Date Posted: 14/04/2010

The Long awaited arrival of the Stretch Station. Much celebration as Yorkshire's only such device is delivered to John's studio in Hull.

John's Follow Up at Hull Uni

Date Posted: 21/03/2010

Follwing last week's lecture on function, which went down a storm, we follwed up with a practical session showing how I might assess a client for the first time following the nine rules of function.

John Lecturing at Hull University

Date Posted: 09/03/2010

John is invited to deliver his 'Functional Rehab or Rehabbing for Function?' lecture at Hull University to the third year Exercise Rehab students

Strengthening our National Academy Fencing Squad

Strengthening our National Academy Fencing Squad

Date Posted: 21/02/2010

John Richardson and Phil Marshall spend the day with 60 fantastic young athletes down in Stratford Upon Avon assessing and developing their function, balance and performance.

Getting runners running again

Date Posted: 14/03/2010

Sankie Evans, former national level distance runner, recovers from a long tern calf injury to get back out on the road enjoying his passion.

BBC Radio Humberside

Date Posted: 13/03/2010

When there is talk about change, either for the better or the worse feelings of anxiety or excitement can arise. Both of those emotions are our response to the unknown.

Have resolve in your resolutions

Date Posted: 13/02/2010

With Christmas a long way behind us now and our feet well under the table of 2010 we might reflect on how our new year's resolutions are coming along. I think mid February is a good time to take stock because it is just a calmer time of the year altogether than just after the Christmas and New Year mayhem.


January the first - a very happy new year to all!

Date Posted: 01/01/2010

I don't know if you were up early this morning, I suppose it's the one day of the year where that is unlikely. However, if you were and listening to BBC Radio Humberside early on then you may have caught me chatting with James Hogarth about new year's resolutions, how to set them and how to keep them.