Facebook Feed

Weight does have an important factor in the way the joints and structures of the body is loaded. Of course you could say that increased loads on a weaker musculoskeletal system may lead to increased rates for potential injury/issues and age related changes. But was the reduction in pain due to weight loss on its own, or more likely due to the combination of movement, strengthening and weight loss? ...

10 % weight loss through diet and exercise = 50 % reduction in knee pain from osteoarthritis (OA) at 18 months follow-up. Full text: www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4450354/

View on Facebook

Nice short high intensity interval training workout if you're pressed for time. Remember before commencing, to consult your physio if you're recovering from an injury. ...

Anyone for a Sunday morning workout? Try our brand new HIIT class with Olympian Leon Taylor. Tag your friends and let us know what you think! 💪

View on Facebook