University of Northampton students put Cobblers players through their paces

7/1/2022 10:00:00 AM

Cobblers are back in pre-season⚽

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Cobblers are back in pre-season⚽

The sessions will inform the first teams’ training for the next six weeks

The sessions will inform their training for the next six weeks, ahead of the start of the season in late July, and supplement the practical side of the students’ degrees. Isaac Shamu and Dan Maloney – both in the final year of their Sports Rehabilitation and Conditioning degrees – are two of the students who put the team through their paces and developed their own skills at the same time.

Isaac said: “We provided a number of tests for the team, including Functional Moving Screening (FMS) and movement jumps, all designed to see how their bodies are working for optimal playing ability. The tests allowed us to raise red flags for the team as we assessed for injuries and judged whether an injury could happen.

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Northampton Town FC dropped into Waterside this week for pre-season fitness tests and extra advice from the University of Northampton’s (UON) sports degree students. The sessions will inform their training for the next six weeks, ahead of the start of the season in late July, and supplement the practical side of the students’ degrees. Know your incomings and outgoings and live within your means. Isaac Shamu and Dan Maloney – both in the final year of their Sports Rehabilitation and Conditioning degrees – are two of the students who put the team through their paces and developed their own skills at the same time. Locals should avoid the Ecton Brook area of Northampton, specifically Ecton Brook Road as "large amounts of smoke" can be seen. Isaac said: “We provided a number of tests for the team, including Functional Moving Screening (FMS) and movement jumps, all designed to see how their bodies are working for optimal playing ability. Missed payments can stay on your credit file for six years. The tests allowed us to raise red flags for the team as we assessed for injuries and judged whether an injury could happen. The police and ambulance arrived at the scene and Khaled, who was said to covered in blood and in agony, was taken to hospital where he remained for the next eight days.

READ MORE: Northampton Network Rail Depot fire closes road and leaves homes without power "We also advised on possible treatments we have been trained to provide, such as remedial massage. Get help: If you are struggling, it’s vital that you speak to your university, which may be able to help. Thankfully, nothing serious was detected!” This opportunity has been offered to UON Sports students for the past year and helps marry their class-based learning to a live, real-world scenario. Daniel said: “Without a doubt, this has been an important aspect of my degree because I needed something extra to develop my communication skills. Find out what you can get for free: This ranges from a council tax exemption (not paid on properties where all residents are students) through to being covered by your parents’ contents insurance meaning you don’t need your own policy. By working with different groups of professionals and adapting what I said, I also tested myself. Follow NorthantsLive At NorthantsLive we're more than just news. Do your research: Find the cheapest utility providers and make sure to switch when better deals may be available." While in Ibiza, he contacted Cheadle-based no-win no-fee firm Holiday Claims Bureau to act on his behalf and his case was led by the company's head of travel litigation, Michael Walker, a partner at the firm.

We cover what people are talking about every day and celebrate the very best that this incredible part of the world has to offer. Follow us on Facebook here and Twitter here. “In turn, our research has shown these worries mean that graduates are ending up more anxious about managing their money than peers who didn’t go to university. “We adhere closely to protocols around testing informed by research, so working on an actual caseload of players and not examples in a textbook has boosted how I do this and communicate that to the people I’m testing. Isaac adds what he has gained from the pre-season testing: “I’ve developed my leadership qualities as I managed the tests rather than supporting or observing. “While student loan repayments might be a cause for worry for many people, it is important to remember they don’t appear on your credit score, and that repayments vary by income, so people are usually only paying back what they can afford. "It allowed me to incorporate what I’ve learned in previous course modules and be more analytical. The firm said Khaled was continuing to suffer with difficulty breathing as a result of his nose fracture and his nose was 'deviated' as a consequence of the accident.

I knew what to look for and what to do. “This is why it’s so important for students to remember to pay their energy, water, and mobile phone bills on time and to spend sensibly on credit cards, so they don’t end up with debt they can’t pay back, lowering their credit score,” she added.” Ashlee Adebayo is Northampton Town’s First Team Sports Scientist and a graduate of UON’s Sport and Exercise Science degree. He said: “University of Northampton’s facility has been first class for us this pre-season. The standard of care and attention to detail is second to none. “The students were highly competent and engaging in delivering the pre-season testing. We have been able to secure funding for and arrange the surgery he required, and we hope he can now look forward following this terrible accident.

This is a vital link we will continue to utilise as we build our relationship with the University. This will enable us to continue developing our academy and first team players.” Keep up with the latest news with our email alerts directly to your inbox. Sign up here. READ NEXT: .