Drummond Articles

Flourless Oat & Date Cake

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Another great recipe from our resident foody Krissy.
An easy dessert or breakfast cake recipe. Try it over the holidays.  Simple food cupboard ingredients, nothing fancy but still packs a punch and healthy 
Ingredients

1/3 cup extra […]

Kettlebell Workout

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A great workout with Glenn that you can take anywhere. You can try this in the gym, outdoors, in the studio or just at home on your mat. Share this with your clients and set […]

The Core – What is it?

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Join Katie Galbraith in her easy explanation of the core and what it is. Share this video with clients to help them understand the core and get the most from their workouts. 

 

HOW DIGITAL SOLUTIONS ARE DRIVING GYMS ‘BACK TO BUSINESS’

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As gyms start to welcome back members post the Covid-19 imposed lockdown, new capacity restrictions and social distancing rules require implementation whilst there is also a need to maintain contact with members who are unable […]

Gut health, the microbiome, and its link to our mental and physical well-being – Article 2

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In my first article on gut health I explained how I discovered the microbiome. In this second article, I will be talking about our gut and our microbes.

Our gut

Our gut is a 9-metre long tube […]

Our personal Covid Journey @ Drummond

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Well! what a year it has been so far, and it isn’t quite over. To say this year has been challenging would be an understatement by a long mile. Lots of people have voiced that […]

A-Z of Herbs & Spices

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Today’s spice is Quassia

Quassia amara, also known as amargo, bitter-ash, bitter-wood, is a species in the genus Quassia, with some botanists treating it as the sole species in the genus. The genus was named after the […]

Guidance On Covid Return by the GCMT

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The Council for Soft Tissue Therapies have produced a very helpful document for people working face to face on soft tissue therapies to return to work after Covid 19 Lockdown. Click on the link to […]

A-Z of Herbs & Spices, P is for Parsley & Poppy Seed

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Today’s herb is Parsley

Parsley is a flowering plant native to the Mediterranean. The two most common types are French curly-leaf and Italian flat-leaf.

Over the years, parsley has been used to treat conditions like high […]

Live Streaming Course Dates

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Level 3 Diploma in Teaching Mat Pilates

Anatom & physiology online programme for home study plus

Thursday mornings 9.30 am -1pm times 6 practical sessions

02-Jul-2020, 09-Jul-2020, 16-Jul-2020, 23-Jul-2020, 30-Jul-2020, 06-Aug-2020

 

Level 2 Exercise To Music

Level 2 anatomy & […]