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  1. Aging

    Time waits for no man or woman for that matter and the physical changes our bodies go through as we approach our later years can often creep up on us all too quickly. If you are in the 50 years and over category then it is likely the signs of aging have started to make themselves known. Joints fell stiff and less mobile, certain body parts start to lose their tone and simple day-to-day tasks begin to feel much more challenging. The good news is

  2. Warm up

    I have recently read an interesting post about a discussion regarding warming up before a workout and what it should consist of.

    A warm up should be about preparing your body for the exercise that you are about to do. Mobilising your joints and gradually increasing your heart rate to workout level without going anaerobic. Ideally the movements that you do in your warm up should mimic the movements that you are going to be doing in your workout.

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    Back Pain 

    Back pain is something that most people will experience in their life at some point. An active cure though is as good as rest. If you are the type of person who has recurrent back pain then fixing the root cause is important. Back problems will generally clear up within a short space of time but can often mask the underlying causes of pain and discomfort. With modern lifestyles becoming more sedentary and obesity on the increase it is not surprising that this results in an increase in back pain.