21 Day PT Trial

Want a 21 Day PT Trial?

Right now Sports Physio Ireland is offering you the chance to come in and try out our services for 21 days for only €59!

The 21 Day PT Trial will cover everything from strength and conditioning training to rehabilitation of an injury under the watchful eye of our chartered physiotherapists/trainers who will also be providing dietary advice to help you balance your eating habits.

Space is at a premium and we can only offer this trial to a limited number of people.

This is a HUGE discount and is definitely not to be missed!

We strive to provide the highest quality service in order to help you achieve your goals.

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Sports Physio Ireland Team


Peter Mathews Pre Run Warm Up

With the Dublin marathon approaching it’s important that you implement a decent warm up before you run..

Our running expert and massage therapist Peter Mathews demonstrates a pre run Warm Up. Peter runs everyday and remains injury free because he is dedicated to his strength training, which compliments his running. Have a look at what Peter does during his warm up prior to his run.

Keep an eye out for part two. 


How To Fix Your Push Up

The push up is one of the most basic exercises that you can do, but time and time again it is technically performed poorly.

We see issues from poor technique contribute to low back pain, knee issues, along with a number of other issues. So technique is vital to keep the body healthy.

So how do I, and the rest of the team in Sports Physio Ireland, see a push up? Simple really, think about a dynamic plank.

Quiet simply, the core should be engaged throughout the total body movement, and 9/10 in most injured or poorly trained clients this is the last thing that is thought about!

So How To Do The Perfect Push Up

• Hands directly under the shoulder, screw them into the ground.
• Squeeze the ass, tuck the tail bone under until you feel the lengthening of the abdominals
• Drive the heels to the back wall
• Slowly and controlled bring the chest to the ground, keeping the elbows close to the rib cage and drive up through the heels of the hand.

Harder than you think, but more bang for your buck!


Core Training at SPI

Here is some great Core Training ideas we use at SPI from our resident personal training guru. When you think of Core training you usually think sit-ups, crunches and those daft sit up machines.

You need to start thinking about is stabilising the core with the moves Peter is showing you here. Think anti rotation, think not flexing the spine, think no neck pain!

Why not try these out and let me know what you think.

Of course Core training moves like these would be a key part of all our physiotherapy moves too.

Joey Boland MISCP