Posts Tagged ‘core’

 

How Do Aches, Pain & Injuries Occur? And What To Do About It

How Do Aches, Pain & Injuries Occur? Cumulative Trauma Disorder Most pain and injury whether it occurs in the workplace, the gym or on the sports field, is due to Cumulative Trauma Disorder. But what exactly is Cumulative Trauma Disorder? Well, as it turns out many cases are not caused by actual trauma to the […]

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CHEK Exercise Coach and The Tennis Biomechanics Manual

Last week I was in Copenhagen to teach CHEK Exercise Coach. It was a much smaller class than usual and unfortunately we lost a student due to an unforeseen circumstance after day three. It was really nice being able to give so much attention to each student and they did produce the best exercise programmes […]

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Back to Tennis After Serious Lower Back Injury

Two years ago, I severely ruptured two discs in my lower back (see my MRI scans below), leaving me in pain, unable to sit, walk without a severe limp, get in a car, put my own socks on and definitely couldn’t workout or play sport. I also suffered from numbness and frequent cramping down my […]

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Teaching the CHEK Philosophy

The last couple of weeks have been a very busy time. Two weeks ago I taught CHEK Exercise Coach to the Year 1 CHEK Academy Students at The Albany Club in London. It’s always an extra pleasure to teach the Academy students as they go through extra training before the course which makes it easier to […]

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Lower Back Pain Rehab – Final Update

If you’ve been following my posts for some time, you’ll know that in June 2013, I ruptured my L4/5, L5/S1 lumbar discs. I have a series of blogs over the last 22 months detailing my progress: Blog 1 Blog 2 Blog 3 Blog 4 Blog 5 Well, I’m happy to say that I feel my rehabilitation […]

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  • FINALLY…TECHNIQUES FOR BETTER POSTURE

    Top UK CHEK Practitioner and Health Coach Leigh Reveals Insider Secrets The Orthopedic Surgeons Don’t Want You to Know.
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