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Is exercise rehabilitation the same as physiotherapy? As an exercise rehabilitation instructor I often get asked the following questions: ‘’Are you a physiotherapist?’’ ‘’What type of people do you work with?’’ ‘’How do you instruct exercise rehabilitation sessions?’’ ‘’Is exercise rehab the same as sports rehab?’’ Let’s have a look at each one of these in…

I want to get fit but where do I start?

November, 26, 2018 By Eric

Wondering how to get fit? I think this is something we have all felt and we’ve all said to ourselves and to each other at one time or another.  “I’d really like to get fit”, “exercise more”, “eat better” and just generally “feel better”. But how? Barriers to getting fit…

Put simply dehydration occurs when we lose more fluid than we take in, which in turn upsets the balance of minerals (salts and sugar) in your body, which affects the way that it functions.   Dizziness, lethargy, dry mouth, nausea and vomiting are symptoms of dehydration common to most people who are dehydrated. Many…

*Full Testimonial Version of Laura’s Rise to the Top* Deciding to run the Manchester 10k in 2009 seemed like a good and meaningful challenge to take on. Putting a target time limit of sub 50 minutes seemed to take my self-imposed challenge into a whole new dimension. I decided to seek…

Exercises You Can Do At Home Starring M20’s very own Eric Banks, here is a run through of simple yet beneficial exercises you can do at home. The only thing you need to complete these equipment-free exercises is straight forward and something everyone has: space* and you don’t need a…

When people exercise they sweat – that’s a fact right? But for some people, it’s the sweaty, crimson-faced appearance combined with a dose of uneasy self-consciousness that is enough to dissuade folks from exercising full stop. It absolutely shouldn’t. Sweating, or perspiring, is a natural occurrence and is actually very…

Vary your training for better results

April, 29, 2014 By Eric

Interval training is an excellent way to vary your training, burn more calories, supercharge your fitness and make workouts more interesting. It involves alternating high intensity exercise with recovery periods eg walk/run 1 min quickly followed by 1 min slowly.   This can be repeated a number of times depending…