September 1st 2021

The Rusty Osborne Podcast

When Rusty Osborne invited me on to talk about health and weight loss, as i’m usually pretty keen to have a chat i accepted the offer with open arms.

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August 8th 2021

What is Wall Work?

Wall Work has one primary function… To return your skeleton to what i call Factory Default Settings (FDS). Why? It’s called pain, discomfort & restriction! If you regularly experience…

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January 30th 2021

Baoding Balls

Baoding balls or Yin Yang Balls have been around for centuries. The myriad of injuries i have treated on myself using these balls as acupressure tools is too many times for me to even mention.

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December 16th 2020

Building Lung & Digestive Health

How you use your elbows when you walk is literally the make it or break it when it comes to lung strength and digestive health, particularly as you age. Learn why your elbows matter!

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August 11th 2020

Masks and Exercise

A TriBreather has asked me to share my thoughts on the use of masks when they exercise. Happy to oblige! My response would be there’s two things that i would consider…

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March 21st 2019

Tips for Training Children

Are there any tips for children who run that can be employed to not only maximise benefits of running but also minimise the chances of injury when running for a distance?

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January 10th 2019

Fitness On the Move

Have you ever considered how much time you spend sitting in a car, van or truck compared with how much time you actually invest in your practice of body fitness each day?

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November 16th 2018

Move Your Arms

If you have to “remember” the days when you could skip and had a “spring” in your step, the chances are very good you don’t experience these joys of movement in your body right now. When did the simple action of walking lightly up a flight of stairs become a mission? The good news is you can say hello and reignite…

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October 14th 2018

Building Lung Strength

When it comes to building lung strength up and improving your relationship you have with your breath, the effort required is not so much physical but more mental! God forbid… you’re not suggesting i have to think about how i breathe are you? The answer to that is quite simply, yes and no!

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