16 Jul 2018

Patient Of The Month For August

Katie is our Patient of the month for August. She has been exercising every single day for 1 year. Now that’s committed! From Katie: “I absolutely love my fitness journey. I am grateful and extremely proud that I made the decision to challenge myself to work out at the gym every day to embed it […]

24 Jan 2017

Exercising To Your 105th Birthday – A Rough Guide, Part 1

Earlier this month on the outskirts of Paris, Frenchman Robert Marchand cycled for one hour around a velodrome. Covering a mere 22.547km, it was not his speed that attracted the hundreds of fans to cheer him on, but rather the fact that Robert recently celebrated his 105th birthday. On average we are living longer, and […]

26 Nov 2015

Will Your Shoulders Lift Happily Ever After?

There are a lot of really great reasons to do strength training. But do you know your individual risks for injury? When it comes to the gym, the shoulder is the most commonly injured part of the body and some of these injuries have nasty long-term consequences. Cartilage tears and rotator cuff injuries do occur […]

29 Dec 2014

Pilates for the Modern Man

The Modern Man is getting more and more open Minded but we still have a little way to go. There has been a large shift in the traditional weight training approach recently with many athletes and weekend warriors stepping away from purely traditional free weights and incorporating other methods including flexibility, agility and the forever […]

31 Jan 2012

Back Belts – Do They Do Anything?

2012 is an Olympic year and yet again you’ll see clinically obese, scarlet-faced men in lycra lifting enormous weights. While there are few things more useful (or entertaining) in life than being able to lift a small car, is it all due to the use of the back belts these people wear?