Aerobic Exercise Shown to Improve Cognitive Functions in Older Adults

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Cognitive impairment is characterised by a decline in cognitive abilities. Symptoms include a measurable decline in memory and thinking skills. Even the ability to make decisions may be affected depending on how severe the condition is. It’s estimated that approximately 15 to 20% of people aged 65 or older have mild cognitive impairment (MCI). While […]

How to prevent common injuries?

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Sports injuries can happen to anyone regardless of age or whether you are a beginner or more experienced. Sports injuries aren’t always caused by intense workouts, they can occur from something as simple as walking. There are however a number of ways to help reduce the risk of injury before, during and after your workout. […]

Barefoot running: What is it?

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Opinions on barefoot running are divided.  While some people see no benefit, others swear by its ability to reduce running injuries, aches and pains. Barefoot running is not a new concept, it’s been used by professional athletes since the 60s at the very least, with the most notable example being the renowned Olympic gold medallist […]

Trigger Point Therapy

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Welcome to February, how did that happen? I hope the year has started with as much zest as mine has, so much so that February is upon us and I haven’t even begun my newsletters… So here we are! This year’s newsletters will focus on the bread and butter of my business, of which, it […]