#1 Sit down and eat your meals in peace
Mindless eating – eating on the run, at your desk, in the car – can cause overeating as you may miss the signal that you are full. Do you think you don’t have the time to take a lunch break? You do, it’s the law, and – let’s face it –
Lactic acid can come in many forms and avenues, but what we are interested in is the human body and physical exertion. Does lactic acid cause the achiness the days after training? How do we limit that soreness? Is there anything we can do to avoid lactic acid build up? These are questions answered in this article.
What is Lactic
A few weeks ago, Anne (not her real name) called me to book a 1:1 Weight Loss Programme with me. Anne is a 45-year-old mother of two, juggling a part-time office job and family life. She told me that some would think it silly that she was going to embark on a weight loss programme as she isn’t actually overweight.
Recently I attended a two day course in Hertford to learn how to apply dry needling, a form of acupuncture, around different areas of the body. Acupuncture itself is a very in depth type of therapy and to perform it from every angle you would need to go to university for up to 4 years.
What is Dry Needling?
We know they’re there. They do stuff: We know they make us feel tired, irritable, sad, fat, bloated, sleepless, hot. We know that. But can there be anything more infuriating when – as we are merely trying to make a point – our other half – or even worse: a male colleague – says: “Is it the time of the
When in pain we often change our posture to protect the region of pain. For example if we sprain an ankle, we put more weight on the non injured leg to protect the injury. In cases of back pain it is often seen that individuals lean over to one side, this is known as an antalgic posture. They can’t necessarily
Statistically, as much as 84% of the global population will have an episode of back pain at some point in their lifetime and with such high prevalence there are many myths around the nature of what is going on. Cancer, fracture/broken bone, infection are common concerns of serious pathology, however, such conditions are rare and account for approximately only 1%
Plantar Fasciitis (PF) affects between 3.6 and 7 % of the normal population and around 8% of the running population. It is defined by pain on the underside of the heel bone but can also cause pain or discomfort into the arch of the foot.
The reason I have questioned the term Plantar Fasciitis in the title of this blog
Many of the clients who come to see me in clinic experience gastro-intestinal symptoms such as bloating, indigestion, flatulence, diarrhoea, constipation – or both alternating -, nausea or stomach pains. They wonder whether something in their diet might be causing the problem and ask for a food intolerance test.
There are many possible reasons for gastro-intestinal symptoms, and food intolerance
The points spoken about here are aspects that in some activities you may not consider focusing on. More often stretching is the favourable routine in cardio training and sometimes completely avoided in gym training. What will be explained here is why both are important, and for a real success in your training and avoiding aches and pains to ensure you