October 17, 2012

Exercise Physiology

Going to the gym or training facility is expensive and very time consuming. Don’t get me wrong it is a great way to spend money and use your time, however, have a think about how you actually use that time. Traditionally as exercise programmers, we put people on a treadmill or bike and say way

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March 28, 2012

Personal Training

We all need to sit less. People who sit for eight to 11 hours a day increase their risk of dying by 15 per cent. Even worse, adults who sat for more than 11hours a day had a 40 per cent increased risk of dying within three years, compared with those who sat for fewer

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March 24, 2012

Personal Training

I find a lack of sleep is very common in my chronic pain patients. Read this article to understand more. Frank B. Hu, M.D., Ph.D.: How America’s Sleep Deficit Is Damaging Long-term Health.

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January 29, 2012

Injury, Personal Training, Resistance Training

Abdominal Muscle Strains in Professional Bas… (Am J Sports Med. 2012) – Click Here I find it amazing that after many years of research we still can’t prescribe exercise to reduce injury rates in our elite athletes. One argument for the increase in abdominal strains in these athletes could be the use of the plank

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January 2, 2012

Diabetes

Late onset Diabetes (Type 2) – Click Here In this case study, a woman developed late onset diabetes mellitus (Type II) and was struggling to control her high blood sugar levels. She was taking daily medication to reduce her blood sugar levels. Her personal goal was to lose weight and be more active with her

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