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Is running bad for my knees?

What about my knees? Adults are recommended that they achieve 150 minutes of moderate activity per week to improve our health and running is a great form of cardiovascular exercise that helps us to achieve this. There is a persistent misconception about running and knee degeneration and the following beliefs tend to be quite common:…
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Exercise for the aging population

The Benefits! Exercise is good for all ages and in older adults can improve cardiovascular function, muscle strength and overall functional capacity, which has a role in maintaining independence for as long as possible². A meta analysis by Kelly and Kelly of the efficacy of aerobic exercise found regular exercise reduced the prevalence of hypertension…
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Running

RUNNING – WHO’D HAVE THOUGHT!?

Yes, running is proven to benefit fitness, strength, bone density etc, but did you know it is one of the best exercises for: tightening your lower CORE REDUCING joint pain (neck, back, hip, knees) improving brain function (increasing cerebral blood flow) It’s Easier Than You Think For a lot of people, the idea of going for a run is intimidating or downright…
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