My name is David Joyce and I am the editor of the Sports Performance Bulletin.
Sports Performance Bulletin is a free advisory email newsletter. In each issue, I reveal ways to improve your strength and fitness… from mental training to muscle building... to injury prevention, stamina and endurance strategies. I include practical tips, training programmes, and exercises which are now being used by thousands of athletes across the world. You'll discover great stuff – and not pay a penny for it!
So why am I qualified to help you? I am head of Athletic Performance at Emirates Western Force in the Southern Hemisphere's Super Rugby Competition. I hold a Masters Degree in both Sports Physiotherapy and Strength and Conditioning, and I lecture in Sports Physiotherapy at the University of Bath (UK) and in Exercise Science (S+C) at Edith Cowan University (Australia).
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