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Carbohydrates

Understanding Carbohydrates

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Dietary recommendations have not changed a great deal over the last forty years and the most commonly recommended macronutrient distribution is still a high carbohydrate diet of 50–60%, 30% for fat and 10–20% for proteins. [i] The NHS recommends a wealth of starchy based foods including rice, pasta and fruit and vegetables whilst restricting fat and sugar.[ii] However many people …

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Swiss Ball Roll

Swiss Ball Training

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Swiss Balls have been used in the fitness environment and rehabilitation setting for years. They are also known as a fit ball, exercise ball and gym ball and is a fantastic training tool from injury to performance conditioning. For the personal trainer and or rehabilitation specialist it is a great assessment tool as well for people with back pain or who need to …

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Why are CHEK Practitioners Unique?

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What is a CHEK Practitioner? CHEK Practitioner’s, Exercise Coaches and Holistic Lifestyle coaches are a unique breed to the health and fitness industary through the unique approach as taught by holistic health practitioner, Paul Chek. CHEK practitioners understand that the body is a system of many complex inter-related systems that all affect each other. They are highly skilled in exercise …

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The Sacral Iliac Joint SIJ

Pelvic Ligaments and the Sacral Iliac Joints

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The Pelvis and Sacral Iliac Joints The Pelivic ligaments There are many ligaments that stabilise the pelvis such as the Iliolumbar liagments from the transverse process of the lumbar spine, the inguinal ligaments and the ligaments that stabilise the sacral Iliac joints and the pubic synthesis in the median sagittal plane of the body. Here in this video I am …

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The Pelvis

The Pelvis and Hip Part 2

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The Pelvis

The Pelvis and Hip

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The Femur

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The Femur

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The Clavical

The Clavicle

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Glenohumeral Joint

The Glenohumeral Joint

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Tea Coffee Addiction

Addicted to Tea or Coffee?

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Caffeine found in Tea or Coffee is a popular stimulant found in beans, leaves and fruits of some plants. It is also used as a natural pesticide to kill off certain insects feeding from plants as well as the nations favorite drink to kick start their morning. According to Wikipedia “In many cultures, tea is often had at high class …

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