Jamie Peacock shares injury news

Jamie Peacock is one of the most decorated players in Super League history, having won a total of nine Super League Grand Finals, four Challenge Cups, been named in the Super League Dream Team on 11 occasions and won the Man of Steel award in 2003.

Aside from that, Peacock is now a regular pundit on the BBC when the Challenge Cup is being broadcast as well as being a keynote speaker, delivering talks about his career and business.

His own website declares what the former Leeds Rhinos and Bradford Bulls enforcer is all about: ‘Champion Teams’ is a keynote motivational talk by Jamie Peacock that looks at the 12 principles in 3 areas that create a winning team and culture. How your employees can perform to their best as a individuals, as leaders and as the collective. No talent required, no sporting knowledge needed it is all based on making daily good decisions following the 12 principles.

His ‘No White Flag’ speech encapsulates his behaviour on the field – no surrender.

But, Peacock also likes to keep himself in shape with lengthy runs which he often documents on his Instagram stories.

However, recently he has been suffering from a knee injury and revealed his comeback to fitness with a seven kilometre-plus run.

Peacock said: “Sooooo good to be back running more often again after recovering from a knee injury. 💪🏻💥

“Love the free time to think while running, all problems have a solution with a bit of sweat in the thought process…

“And it helps burns off the Christmas excess.. 🍷🎄”

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