One of the most important things I've learned in professional sport is that you never actually stop learning. People more senior and even more junior than you always have the capacity to surprise you with information and advice that can make a difference to you - be it mentally, physically or spiritually. Naturally, in sport this is especially true with regard to health and fitness.
The backroom staff at Bath have a wide range of skills and knowledge that they impart on us players in order to keep us in peak condition but that doesn't really mean that this information is only relevant if you play top-level rugby. Understanding how best to look after yourself is key for anybody wanting to improve their health - young or old, uninitiated or experienced.
Because of this, on Wednesday 23rd October at 2pm-3pm GMT I'll be doing a Q&A session live on patient.info, answering all your questions about health, fitness and exercise. You can get involved by tweeting your question to @patientuk and including #AskGeorge in your tweet before the day, writing on the patient.info Facebook wall or by posting your question below. Make sure you send in your questions soon for the best chance to see them answered here on the 23 rd.
So if you have any questions about the best way to exercise, any hidden tricks to see improvements or common misconceptions you want clarity on or anything else, tweet, Facebook or comment below, for your chance to get some advice straight from top-flight sport.