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Can physical activity reduce your risk of dementia?

Many studies have investigated the relationship between how much physical activity people do at different stages of life and their chances of developing dementia in late-life, demonstrating that physical activity at all ages may protect against dementia. Most of the evidence comes from studies involving older adults whose level of physical activity and cognitive abilities […]

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Muscle Memory – What is it exactly?

Muscle memory is best described as the process where the muscles become accustomed to particular movements over time. This process is achieved by building neural pathways that will give the muscles a sense of: muscle memory it is essentially is an unconscious process. This is extremely important for different types of sport training and the […]

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Heart Healthy Food Guide

Salmon & Tuna – Helps boost the immune system, reduces the risk of blood clots and protects against heart attacks. Salmon also increases good cholesterol levels, lowers triglyceride levels, protects arteries from plaque build up, are anti-inflammatories and lower blood pressure. Tofu – Tofu helps increase good cholesterol and helps lower blood pressure. Almonds & […]

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Learning to Run- Tips

Warm-up – 10 minute walk – Warming up before running is essential. This warm-up walk will get your heart rate up and your blood pumping. Easy jog – 30-60 seconds Starting with a slow, comfortable jog will allow you to focus on your technique and breathing. Breathe deeply into your belly, rather than just into […]

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