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Get Amazing Flexibility in your Care with the UNLMTD Membership!

Do you struggle to find the time to fit in your physio or osteo appointment around your busy lifestyle despite being in pain and unable to achieve your exercise goals our perform to your best!
Here at TIRC we offer an unlimited therapy membership so our hours are your hours! We know that work can really put you behind when it comes to looking after yourself! This model offers you the flexibility of choosing your hours as well as getting full team care from TIRC therapists!
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What's the difference between you and an elite athlete when it comes to injury rehabilitation. Absolutely nothing!


What's the difference between you and an elite athlete when it comes to injury rehabilitation. Absolutely nothing!

That's why we created our UNLMTD Therapy model to give you the same treatment and care of an elite athlete, but at an affordable weekly price, including unlimited hands on treatment, specialised assessment using the latest technology and a unique exercise rehabilitation plan to get you where you need to be.

Don't delay. Get looked after like a sports star. Go to or call 95537024 to book your appointment today!

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What's More Precious Than Time, Wasted Time In Getting Better, Set Backs Etc.


How long have you been in pain or suffered an injury for? Are you stuck on the treatment merry go round constantly getting treatment on and off but getting nowhere.

That's why we developed our UNLMTD therapy model to help you get back to 110% better in the fastest time possible with all the hands on treatment, unique assessment and personalised training you need to get you where you want to go.

Get back to what you love to do. Call 95537024 or go to to book online today!

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Difference Between Snatch and Clean & Jerk

The benefits of these two exercises are undeniable.

  • The movements use just about every muscle in the body and not only test pure strength but require large amounts of power, agility, flexibility, mobility, proprioception and speed.

    There is a slight difference between the clean and jerk and snatch. With good technique, you can lift ~20% more load with a clean and jerk as it requires more raw strength compared to the snatch which on the other hand, requires more flexibility, mobility and coordination.

    Other Benefits of olympic weight lifting and variations are cardiovascular benefits, anaerobic endurance, develops core and back strength, movement patterns and motor skills, improves balance, vertical jump and power and increases testosterone levels to stimulate growth and lose fat.

    If you want to learn how to start lifting without wrecking yourself, or simply improve your lifts and hit a new personal best, feel better, move better and perform better visit
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Three Reasons Why Your Discs Are Nothing Like A Jam Doughnut

Traditionally Jam doughnuts have been used to metaphorically describe our vertebral discs and in particular a disc bulge! Whilst this may seem logical, it could not be further from the truth comparing these two things. ๐Ÿคจ
Here are three reasons why our vertebral discs are NOTHING like a jam doughnut:
1: Our vertebral discs are consistently adapting structures that transduce high levels or force on a daily basis. Jam doughnuts however are simply a delicious treat to eat, that can handle very minimal levels of force. ๐Ÿ˜‹
2: Our discs have the ability to absorb high levels of forces in many different directions, where as Jam doughnuts have a very limited range of forces that they can absorb, but not lacking in deliciousness ๐Ÿฉ
3: Our discs have the ability to increase hydration levels through loading them with exercise such as running, which highlights how beneficial running can be for our backs. Jam doughnuts cannot rehydrate themselves, they're just a delicious inanimate object...
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But What About Endurance For Runners?

Research continues to support the implementation of slow and heavy resistance training for runners, as we know for example, the calf and Achilles can take any where from 5 to 8x our body weight.
This type of load cannot be achieved from performing exercises with 15-20 reps of a resistance exercise! But what about developing my endurance we hear you say! ๐Ÿค”
Well the good news is, research shows that by implementing heavy strength training, our endurance can be maintained or improved through the sport itself rather than specific exercises, whether it be running or team based sports! Put simply, leave the endurance for running, not the gym! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit
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Runners and Sports Stars!

A study by Lauersen (2013) found that conducting a strength and conditioning training program across a wide range of sports, reduced injuries to less than 1/3 and reduced overuse injuries by almost 50%!
Its coming close to the end of the year, which means pre season is just around the corner for all your winter sports! Don't let your season by interrupted by injury!
If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit
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#running #footy #soccer #netball #preseason
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Strength and Conditioning for Runners

Research shows S&C can reduce risk of overuse injuries by up to 50% and Improves running economy and performance! ๐Ÿ˜ฑ
A study from 2008 by Yamamoto et al found that runners who performed strength training and plyometric exercises increased their running economy by 4.6 % ๐Ÿ‘
To put this in context of a running performance , that's about a 16 second improvement in a a 3 km run!
Unfortunately research shows up to 70% of runners are not doing adequate volume of S&C ๐Ÿ˜ฌ Don't avoid these simple solutions for great results! ๐Ÿ˜
If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit
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Don't have enough time...

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Have you guys ever thought of what it would be like to not be able to work for a week or two due to injury?
It's more common than you think, injuries happen and force you out of the game for a while, setting you back with your finances and debts whilst being in pain and getting bored at home.
Well it doesn't have to be that way. Before an injury happens or even if it has, take time to go through that healing phase, decrease symptoms. But most importantly, understand why it happened in the first place and invest in time to prevent further injuries and come out of the other side stronger and more robust!
Spend 30-45 minutes 2-3 times a week on strengthening and working on deficits rather than having to lose time away from work!
If you'd like to feel better, move better and perform better visit
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Tendons โ€“ What is it?

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Tendon injuries which are commonly referred to as ‘Tendinopathies’ are highly prevalent through society and athletic populations. Within the body any tendon can become painful, with the most common sites being in the lower limb (either Achilles or patella) due to the forces exerted from high impact activities such as running, jumping and landing. We also Tendinopathies through the upper extremity, throwing athletes (cricket, baseball) or racquet sport athletes  suffering from tennis/golfers elbow (forearm muscles) or Rotator cuff Tendinopathies (most likely the supraspinatus). There are a few clear reasons why tendons become injured, they are;

  • An excessive amount of load in a short period of time (playing a new sport/ spending a whole day using a hammer).  During this period our body doesn’t have enough recovery time to allow the muscle/tendon to adapt to the load so it breaks down (we see pain and inflammation).
  • A period of de-load (rest) then resuming...
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