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To Squat or Not to Squat – That is NOT the Question. Just How?

By | 2016-01-13T23:55:26+00:00 July 16th, 2015|Articles|

The first movement I ever learned was the Squat when I was schooling up to become a trainer roughly 9 years ago. Looking back at [...]

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The Effects of Your Menstrual Cycle on Training and Competition

By | 2015-02-20T12:05:50+00:00 February 20th, 2015|Articles|

We all know that hormones play a significant role in physiological functioning. So what does the hormonal changes associated with regular periods mean for your [...]

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Physical Fitness Level May Be The Best Predictor Of Mortality.

By | 2014-12-18T07:53:34+00:00 December 18th, 2014|Articles|

Traditionally, your doctor may have assessed your health with a series of tests that indicate your exposure to the archetypical health risk factors. Typically these [...]

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The Association Between Work Performance and Physical Activity, Fitness, and Obesity

By | 2014-11-12T00:04:29+00:00 November 12th, 2014|Articles|

Simple lifestyle risk factors that are classed as ‘modifiable’, meaning in our control, or at least within our influence, play a significant role in the [...]

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Low Physical Activity Levels May Take The Cake On Obesity Trends

By | 2014-10-12T23:15:56+00:00 October 12th, 2014|Articles|

In 1995 a research paper called ‘Obesity in Britain: Gluttony or Sloth?’ compared physical activity levels, caloric energy intakes and obesity trends over a period [...]

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