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As fitness grows, it becoming part of daily life for many more people, with social media and even TV being filled with sports-related content. With fitness becoming common, many would think that Millenials and younger age groups are the most active when it comes to fitness, but a recent study…

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Within the health and fitness industry, there has been a large amount of research looking into different forms of exercise and their ability to improve health and even extend life expectancy. Previous research has shown that running can reduce signs of ageing, but now, new research has found that there…

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When it comes down to fitness, we are seeing more people choose to get active. With many people overtraining when they keep fit, recovery and rehabilitation are becoming much more important to the everyday person, rather than just the professional athletes. Down to there being various approaches to recovery and…

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As fitness grows, we are seeing the rise of fitness technology, which can come in many forms, from fitness trackers to mobile apps and at home tech. With many people using their fitness technology for tracking exercise rates and the number of steps they can do a day, the impact…

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It is well-known that many adults across the UK are inactive, with even 1 out of 4 avoiding exercise. Now, new research by Nuffield Health has shown that many of Britain’s over 55’s don’t see fitness as a necessary and important part of daily life. Nuffield Health carried out a…

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From the 1st-31st March, it is prostate cancer awareness month, so we thought that we would make more people aware of the benefits that exercise and making general healthy life choices can have for those with prostate cancer. With 130 people finding out they have prostate cancer each day between…

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The World Health Organisation state that there are around 18 million cardiovascular-related deaths per year; making it an area of health that needs to be focused to aid prevention. A recently published study has shown that the number of push-ups that a man can do could, in fact, relate to their…

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Links between exercise and lowering blood pressure continue to grow as new research comes to light. According to The Global Burden of Disease 2015, high blood pressure is the second biggest risk factor for diseases after a poor diet. Not only this, but high blood pressure is the biggest risk…

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Ask any Personal Trainer and they will tell you that most clients use their services to lose weight. New research published by the British Journal of Sports Medicine has brought new opportunities to light when it comes to maximising weight-loss results. The research focuses on high-intensity interval training (HIIT), to…

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Although age has previously been one of the sole factors when it comes down to predicting how long a person has left to live, a new study has found that your physiological age is even more accurate when it comes down to estimating the length of someone’s life. Dr Serge…

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