Back to School

As autumn draws on and a new school school year starts, here are some tips to help your child.  I am passionate about exercise and sitting well so please do contact me if you would like any advice about how best to help your child’s posture, sitting at a desk or chair.  Nagging them to […]

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Exercise…but don’t HIT too Hard

Whilst I’m not against some HIT done sensibly, my advice is do something you enjoy, do it gently and regularly and then, when you’re fit enough then incorporate some HIT. If you’re not fit but find an exciting HIT class that inspires you then please start very gently. Dangers of HIT: 1. Medical Conditions:  Obesity, […]

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Stand Up to Slim Down

A recent study published in the European Health Journal* showed that standing up, even for a minute at a time, can help improve our health, reduce our waistlines and lead longer, healthier lives – and it’s so easy! If this sounds too good to be true, then read on! Take frequent breaks to stretch your […]

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Don’t let Arthritis Stop you

Feeling Stiff? Joints sore? You’re not alone! Like tooth decay, degeneration of your joints starts without you knowing and it happens to us all.  It is the general wear and tear of a lifetime resulting in stiffness and pain- called among other names, arthritis, spondylitis and rheumatism. Whatever name it is given, joint degeneration cannot […]

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Athletic Inspiration

I have been totally inspired by all the recent coverage of the different sports and competitions, The Tour of Britain (& France),The Ryder Cup and not forgetting  The Commonwealth Games.  All the athletes individual stories leave me just humbled and motivated to keep me going with my own exercise.  I have been commuting more on […]

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