An Introduction to Running Injuries

Jogging just seems to get more and more popular. Winter is coming to an end, it’s not as cold now, and there are ever more people running in the street. No doubt some of them are experienced, and have continued to practice their sport during the colder months. Others are beginners running for the first […]

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Fruit and Vegetables And The Battle Against Cellulite

When it comes to, you can find plenty of information on the web promising a miracle cure to eliminate the ‘orange peel’ effect from your thighs, hips and buttocks by purchasing  over priced diet products and therapy packages. The two biggest concerns that women have with regards to cellulite are how to prevent further cellulite […]

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The Benefits of Cycling

Who knew…. who knew… that when the “Laufmschine” was introduced in Europe by the German Baron and inventor, Karl Drais in the nineteenth century (the same man who invented the typewriter) the BICYCLE (also known as the velocipede, the draisine or dandy horse) would have such an enormous impact on our society? Bicycles have been adapted in […]

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Core Muscle Exercises

A few weeks back we introduced you to the muscles of the abdominal core, well, some of you, I am sure that many of you were already well acquainted with them. Today, as promised, we would like to devote a few lines to explaining a couple of great core muscle exercises for training the abdominal core. […]

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Common volleyball injuries

Finally winter is long gone and we get to enjoy the great outdoors. It’s the time of the year when most likely many of us; the professional athlete, the casual sport enthusiasts and the spectators get out into the streets and hit the parks, beaches, and football fields to practice, participate in, enjoy or simply […]

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Training diary: Swimmers Shoulder Injuries

I just got back from a depressing trip to the pool. I have picked up a shoulder injury. To be honest I have had a little bit of discomfort in my right shoulder for a few weeks now, but today is started after about 40 lengths and got progressively worse. I pushed on until I […]

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Lower Back Pain and Sport

Amongst the most common causes of back pain are sleeping badly, lifting incorrectly and, of course, sport related injuries. The back is divided into four zones: cervical, thoracic, lumbar and pelvic. Unfortunately problems are relatively common all of the zones but far more in the lumbar region. If you suffer pain when you are exercising […]

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Low Impact Exercise

There are times when we shouldn’t take part in activities that cause strong impacts within the body. If you are pregnant women, suffering from joint, bone or connective tissue injuries, illnesses such as arthritis, osteoporosis or stress fractures, if you are heavily overweight or if you are simply not used to exercising (because you have […]

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