Posts Tagged ‘nutrition’

 

On The Road in Europe

The last few weeks have been extremely busy. Two weeks ago I flew to Copenhagen to teach two workshops for CHEK Europe at Fitnessdk in Nygardsvej. I taught two workshops, ‘Program Design’ and ‘Scientific Core Conditioning’. I had a class of 22 very keen personal trainers and it was an enjoyable, yet information packed three […]

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Stress Fractures

Over the years I have worked with a few clients that have stress fractures in one or more bones. Obviously, stress fractures cause pain, but they also greatly affect ones standard of living and often limits what physical activity they can do. The most common stress fractures I have seen are fractures to the spine […]

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The A-Z of Prolapsed Lumbar Discs – Part 4

In Part 3, I explained what you can do to minimise micro-trauma of your discs from a biomechanical perspective and therefore, help to prevent a disc prolapse. In this post, I will explain tissue healing rates and how that affects your lumbar discs. If you look at the green line on the graph, it represents […]

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The A-Z of Prolapsed Lumbar Discs – Part 4

In Part 3, I explained what you can do to minimise micro-trauma of your discs from a biomechanical perspective and therefore, help to prevent a disc prolapse. In this post, I will explain tissue healing rates and how that affects your lumbar discs. If you look at the green line on the graph, it represents […]

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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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