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Personal Training & Injury Rehab – Clients Rated Us
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We believe that a happy client is key to a healthy business. Therefore we are always looking to improve and for that it’s important to understand clients needs and thoughts. We did anonymous surveys to active clients some months ago and below you will find the questions, the answers and what we did about it.   Have you ever used…

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How to improve your brain performance
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Back in 1997 I was a kid when a friend of mine introduced me to a card game that I had never heard about: Magic The Gathering. Soon after, all my friends were playing it. In 2000, with university and different life interests taking over, my Magic folder was put in a corner and stayed there until last year. I…

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What to do to improve Plantar Fasciitis
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Does your foot feel tight or painful? Injuries can be very debilitating and affect our wellbeing from a physical and psychological perspective. Some exercises makes it worse and in some cases even walking can be painful… Thieme Atlas of Anatomy: General Anatomy and Musculoskeletal System Symptoms Plantar fasciitis typically causes a stabbing pain in the bottom of your foot near the…

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Which One Is Right For You: Jogging or Running?
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Most people want a fitness plan that can easily fit into their busy lifestyles. Such people could be beginners, people starting workout routines again, and people who prefer exercises that do not last long. Fortunately, there is one exercise that can easily be fitted onto a busy lifestyle: running.   What Is The Difference Between Jogging And Running? Difference based…

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Marathon – Beginner’s guide
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London Marathon is almost here and with that all the questions regarding it’s preparation. How should I train? What should I eat? What to do after for recovery? Marathon preparation – Strength training for performance and injury prevention : strength training is more then proofed that is crucial to increase sports performance and to avoid injuries. You should start going…

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How to become more active even as you age
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Guest Post: Gary is a retired web blogger from Active Authorities who has made it a mission to live more actively in age while encouraging others to do the same. He hikes, explores the outdoors, and plays backyard sports games with his wife and two children. How to become more active even as you age Trying to maintain an active…

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Personal Training at W Hotel – London
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We are so happy to announce (again) that we have a new amazing location, this time in Mayfair. From now on, our Mayfair personal training sessions will be based at the luxury facilities of the W Hotel – London. Wet rooms, sauna, lockers, a great gym with natural light and of course, a great service . Feeling like a star?…

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The chest exercise you are not doing
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Have you have wondered why you do exercises that you see on social media? Is it because they’re new to you, or look cool? Have you considered whether or not they are actually going to help you with your goals?  As a professional in the fitness industry it’s my responsibility to explain to the best of my ability to my…

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We have new home. And what a home!!
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We are so happy to announce that we have partnered up with South Place Hotel in Liverpool St – London as their Personal Training services partner. We will now be operating from their amazing gym facilities (in addition to our usual locations) and we couldn’t be happier. The gym presents floor-to-ceiling windows and mirrored walls creating an energy boosting, motivational workout environment. Fully kitted…

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Guest Post: Running in the Winter
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Guest Post: Running in the Winter Advice from a Boston Marathon Winner Many experienced runners believe winter is a better season for running outdoors than summer. After all, there’s little any of us can do about July’s heat and humidity. You can only “dress down” so much to avoid dehydration and a rising body temperature – the leading causes of fatigue…

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