We caught up with England Women's Kelly Smith ahead of the Women's Six Nations. Find out all about her preparations and her thoughts on the women's game.
When you are suffering aches and pains after a hard game or training session, it is probably best to open the fridge rather than the medicine cabinet. Inflaming pain It is not just anti-inflammatory foods that matter – certain foods can cause inflammation and muscle soreness. In order to reach peak fitness and avoid diseases, it’s a good idea to reduce your consumption of complex carbs, fried foods, butter and margarine. Your body will thank you. That’s just swell “Some of the foods that have been associated with an increased... Read More
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