Yesterday evening (Wednesday) I loaded up BBC iPlayer to watch the first episode of the new ‘Doctor in the House’ series. In this programme, Dr Rangan Chatterjee, a GP in … Continue reading The Power of a Doctor on Social Media
This groundbreaking talk was thrust upon me by my Facebook Newsfeed with high recommendations. I now recommend it with equal enthusiasm to you. The speaker, Professor Salim Yusuf, is the current … Continue reading Change of heart regarding diet and disease.
This article is my follow-on piece from Forget Frailty. In the world of Strength and Conditioning, Muscle Is King. The benefits are undisputed; lifting weights builds strength, improves our coordination and … Continue reading Building Better Bones with S&C!
I’m a big believer in exercising throughout life. However, our elderly years are a time where we may need it most, but we struggle to get enough regular physical activity. … Continue reading Forget Frailty – Making a case for Strength Training in Retirement.
I recently watched a BBC program called “Doctor in the House”, featuring Dr Rangan Chatterjee, a GP in Manchester. He’s a proponent of “Functional Medicine”, a holistic medical approach that … Continue reading The Power of a Doctor on the TV.
I woke up at 0530 this morning. I unbleared my eyes, rolled over, blindly grabbed my HR monitor and strapped into my HRV app. I woke up at 0535 this … Continue reading Maximising the Golden Hours
I’ve always been interested in the idea of Crossfit. It’s the controversial subject of the sports world, drawing conflict with regards to athletic development, efficacy as a strength and conditioning … Continue reading My experiences at Crossfit Verulam
I’m a believer in the benefits of functional training. It was first developed as a rehabilitation tool by physiotherapists, but has since become more widespread and is a common feature … Continue reading Why You Should Embrace “Functional Training”
Today I attended the Exercise Medicine conference at the RSM. Attending this conference marks the second SEM meeting I’ve ever attended, aside from the smaller scale events held by my … Continue reading A New Health Revolution?