As a professional stand-up comedian living in London, my job is to create laughter, which can be a by-product of happiness. But laughter does not mean happiness and happiness does not mean vitality. In fact, [More]
DIABETES falls into two categories – type 1 and type 2 – and is where the body’s blood sugar levels become too high. But if you suffer, and are obese, this could help control your [More]
The trap bar deadlift is not cheating. Get over yourself if you think otherwise. Copyright: tonobalaguer / 123RF Stock Photo This train of thought is something I’ve experienced throughout my career on several occasions, [More]
Research-based exercise interventions improve health-related quality of life (HRQL) and mobility in people with Parkinson’s disease. read more
TYPE 2 DIABETES is currently controlled using a range of methods including insulin injections, healthy diet, regular exercise and monitoring blood glucose levels. But more effective drugs may soon be available.
A heart attack may be inevitable for some people, but researchers found that those who exercise had a better shot at surviving. read more
Starting off the last week with some arm building exercise to help support you in your handstand. read more
Walk into any weight-room (or mall for that matter) and you’re likely to see a few people wearing a pair of those tight looking thingamajiggies that make them looked jacked.1 Thingamajiggies aren’t their technical term [More]
THE agony of arthritis can be avoided with plenty of exercise, weight control and a good diet, scientists say.
My wife gave birth to our son on January 31st, which was a Tuesday. She was back in the gym that Friday. Although, admittedly, all she did was a few easy bodyweight exercises and listened [More]
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