Guest Article: Healthy Living Tips for Seniors. Take Charge of Your Quality of Life.
Reaching the point in life when you’re eligible for senior discounts has its perks. But it’s also an excellent time to check in with yourself and form a plan for living well and ageing healthier. The reality is that none of us are getting any younger. However, you can be proactive about managing your physical and mental health to maximise your quality of life. Give Your Meals a Makeover We’ve all heard the saying “you are what you eat.” Now is the perfect time to take that ex
How much alcohol is the safe amount to drink?
A comprehensive worldwide study of alcohol use and its impact on health concludes that the safest level of consumption is zero. A new study finds that drinking no alcohol at all is best for health. The Global Burden of Disease Study 2016 has calculated levels of alcohol use and its effects on health during 1990–2016 in 195 countries. The research, which now features in the journal The Lancet, notes that in 2016, alcohol use was responsible for almost 3 million deaths globally
What is cardio?
What is cardio? Firstly, cardio is a misleading term! Cardio is short for cardiovascular, the Cardio part means “heart” and vascular means “vessels that circulate fluids.” Keeping this in mind, cardio exercise typically refers to activities that cause a sustained increase in your heart rate and breathing and consequently, an increase in the circulation of blood and oxygen throughout the body to the muscles you’re working. The more difficult the activity and the harder you go,
Mollie King's Workout Plan
Mollie came to me with a knee problem and after an inspection I could see there was a slight weakness due to motor control issues in her gluteus medius, and over time due to compensations this had led to weakness in her tissues around her knee. At the time she was rehearsing a lot for her upcoming tour with the Saturdays, so the first step was to strengthen the knee and teach her body to reconfigure her motor control weaknesses. I need to add that Mollie was seriously lacking
Ralph Fiennes workout for Coriolanus
Ralph is one of the most hardworking celebrities I have ever worked with, I soon realized that one of my jobs as his trainer was going to be to hold him back, he came to me with a host of injuries such as, tennis elbow, bicep tendinitis and over-active pec minor on the right side. These had to be managed while making sure he made the gains he needed for his role as Coriolanus. Ralph’s days were busy and his evenings more so! On stage all night playing oedipus, which I watched