Tag Archives: Rest and Recovery

Better Sleep Case Study: Hall Charlton, retired professional rugby player

Hall Charlton

Hall Charlton’s playing career at Newcastle Falcons spanned three decades and he enjoyed both playing with and against some of the greats of the game during that time. We chatted to Hall about his career, life after sport and why nobody is worth losing sleep over!   Hi Hall, can you tell us a little […]

Mammoth attends Physiotherapy UK

Physiotherapy UK Conference and Trade Exhibition 2015

This weekend we are excited to be attending the 2015 Physiotherapy UK Conference and Exhibition at the BT Convention Centre in Liverpool. Physiotherapy UK is a yearly event that sees physiotherapy specialists, managers, educators and stakeholders come together to examine the delivery of patient care and the improvement of practices. More than 250 speakers and […]

The Row to Rio: Alan Sinclair Case Study

alan sinclair better sleep

We talk to GB Rowner and Mammoth sleeper Alan Sinclair about winning his first International gold medal, preparing for Rio and, of course, getting a good night’s sleep.   Hi Alan, can we start by asking you what made you decide to become a rower? My dad co-founded Inverness Rowing Club and he took me […]

Case Study: Simon Danielli, Retired Scottish and Ulster Rugby Player

Simon Daniellie

With 32 caps and 8 tries for Scotland, retired international rugby player, Simon Danielli, has had a career that most budding rugby players would dream of. The former Bath, Borders and Ulster wing was forced to retire in 2012, however after a catalogue of injuries, and the 35-year-old knows only too well how a demanding […]

Case Study: Anne Dickins, World Champion Para Canoeist and Chartered Physiotherapist

Anne Dickins

We speak to Great Britain’s champion para canoeist, busy physiotherapist and Mammoth mattress user, Anne Dickins.   How did you get into para canoeing? I used to be an endurance mountain biker until I experienced a back injury in 2011, which left me with a permanently weak leg, making it impossible for me to race […]