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Muscle weakness

December blog 2019 Progressing exercises

Last month I shared the issues I was having with my arm strength and associated aches and pains. As my arm strength has improved so the pain has lessened. The pain is still there but I can do more, load more weight and stretch out further before the pain begins. ...

4 | little and often, Muscle weakness, Progressing and grading exercise, rehabilitation, Returning to exercise after injury, shoulders, Strains and sprains, strength, Tennis elbow
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November 2019 Blog: How strong are your arms?

Realising the limitations of one's body, can often come as a shock.  "Why can't I do that anymore?" or "Why is that now painful?" can needle their way into our lives. For me  these questions relate to the strength of my arms (or rather the lack of) that has come ...

0 | arm strength, Muscle weakness, shoulders, Strains and sprains, strength, Tennis elbow
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July blog 2019 Let’s Move it! Move it!

  "Schooooools out for summer..."  So here we are in the middle of the summer regardless of whether the weather is our friend or not!  Here are some of my current favourite exercises to keep our bodily parts more limber and lithe. Give them a go to uncover possible imbalances between your ...

0 | agility, buttocks, Core strengthening, exercise, feel invigorated, healthy posture, hip pain, invest in your health, just do it, Maintain a healthy lifestyle, mind and body refresh, Move your body, Muscle weakness, shoulders, strength, tone up
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July 2016: Arthritis: All is not lost.

The great adage "Old age doesn't come alone" is often quoted with reference to this disease and yes there is some truth in the statement. Arthritis can indeed be a horrible, painful and debilitating condition. However, it doesn't mean we have to give up or give in. There is so ...

6 | Aches and pains, Arthritis, exercise, growing older, Inflamation, joint degeneration, joint pain, Muscle weakness
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One to One

Looking at how your whole body interacts with itself

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Simply Move!

Keeping exercise simple and making looking after yourself easy and fun

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Simply Fit!

Improving your cardiovascular fitness and strength

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