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How I Injured My Back

Alison is an accomplished sports woman and is the co-founder of Linked Fitness, an online fitness community. Here she kindly shares her injury journey with us as she prepared for a 12km race. NAME: Alison FAVOURITE FITNESS ACTIVITIES: Running, strength training, HIIT...

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Knee replacement

Knee Replacement Knee replacement surgery - also called ‘arthroplasty’, basically involves replacing a damaged, or, ‘worn-out’ knee with an artificial one. It's a very common operation, more than 70,000 knee replacements are carried out in England and Wales each year,...

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Painful Knees

WHAT IS ANTERIOR KNEE PAIN? Who hasn't had a painful or achey knee..? If you haven't, then I'm sure you know someone who has. One of the most common 'disorders' is Anterior Knee Pain, which is basically pain a the front of the knee Whilst it's one of the most common...

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How to Avoid Injuries in the Winter

Winter Injuries As the cold weather approaches and the daylight hours get shorter, the motivation to go outside and exercise may start to dwindle. For those of you who can muster the effort to get outside, exercising in the cold can be really exhilarating. Isn’t there...

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Remedy of a Chronic Hip Flexor Problem

Last Time we looked at a case-study of a chronic hip flexor problem of a body builder- thought by him to be a groin strain and how we managed to solve the problem almost entirely by 7 weeks of core exercises. Here, I’m going to tell you what we did. The Cause The...

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Case-Study: Knee OA

A client / patient recently contacted me because he had been diagnosed with knee osteoarthritis (OA) I thought I'd share with you the process that I went through with him and the exercise intervention. He'd had a scan and been told by his consultant that his knee was...

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EXERCISE FOR KNEE OA

Muscle strengthening can improve symptoms of Knee Osteoarthritis Knee Osteoarthritis (OA) - it’s a painful condition and threatens one’s ability to lead a active and good quality of life. Personal trainers and fitness professionals see this condition all the time, as...

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