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  • Creatine increase Muscle Mass

    By matt | In Gym, News | on February 10, 2016

    Scientific data researchers from Italy have published reports on the mechanisms by which Creatine increases muscle mass and accelerates cell regeneration,which is  especially important in aging societies. It is already known that Creatine improves muscle growth directly by increasing IGF-1 levels and stimulating the activity of satellite cells. We know for sure that  in turn […]

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  • HIIT Training

    By matt | In Gym, News | on March 8, 2015

    HIT Training High intensity interval Training is becoming a very popular style of training and there are many more gyms popping up across the UK now which are specializing in this form of training with minimal equipment and machinery using a space inside or outside incorporating Kettle Bells,Weight Bars,Dumb bells,Medicine and Swiss Balls,Weighted sacks,steppers,chin up […]

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  • Core Training

    By matt | In Gym, News | on February 9, 2015

    Core Training . The Core plays a key role in everyday biologic functions it creates internal pressure within the abdominal cavity holding the internal organs in place helping with the expulsion of air from the lungs and bodily waste. The core muscles in particular the transverse abdominis and pelvic floor are also active during child […]

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  • Exercise in Old Age

    By matt | In News | on January 26, 2015

    Exercise in old age is an important factor for maintaining a healthy balance of mind and physicality . By participating in exercise 2-4 hours per week it will increase concentration levels helps with sleeping patterns increases endorphin levels releasing the good feel factor. Other benefits of exercise in older aged people by working with resistance […]

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  • Back Pain

    By matt | In Uncategorized | on January 12, 2015

    Back Pain, Cost to the Nation – There are substantial direct and indirect financial cost of back pain in all developed countries in 1998 the health care costs due to back pain were £1.632 million of which £565 million was the cost of non NHS health care costs. These large non- NHS costs are mainly […]

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  • Pad Workout

    By matt | In Gym, News | on January 6, 2015

    If you want to spice up your cardiovascular routine try a Boxing Pad Workout . Take a break from running on the treadmill for 20 mins or your regular 15 mins on the cross trainer on the same program week after week. Why you might say, well its a great all round workout in itself […]

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  • Postnatal Exercise

    By matt | In Gym | on October 4, 2013

    Postnatal weight loss takes time . Infact the slower the weight loss the healthier you will be and more likely the weight is to stay off .Think positive. Be aware that you might have to to adapt to a different body image , even when your weight does comeback down. The battle you are fighting […]

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  • Cross Training

    By matt | In News | on September 16, 2013

    Cross Training is taking the UK by storm crossing over the waters  from the USA . Cross Training centres are basic facilities similar to a warehouse  with no thrills such as the jacuzzi and sauna that your traditional health club offers. Normally  comprising of pull up bars on a scaffholding frame , gymanstic ring ropes, […]

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  • Prenatal Exercise

    By matt | In Gym, News | on August 20, 2013

    If you have been exercising regularly  in the months leading up to your pregnancy  it may be possible to continue with your exercise programme, provided you feel able and have consulted your GP . Exercise can bring you great benefits including . Feeling of well being . Control of weight gain . Maintenance of current […]

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  • BMI

    By matt | In Gym, News | on August 5, 2013

    Body max index is an internationally used index to show the body condition by checking the balance between the height and the weight it is calculated by the following formula  BMI  = weight/height .   BMI                                                           BMI Value 18.5                                                            Low 18.5 To 25                                                 Normal 25 To 30                                                    High 3o +                                                            Too High   The above mentioned indices […]

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