The Rotator Cuff

The shoulder joint, also known as the glenohumeral joint is a ball and socket joint. It is made up of the head of the humerus and the glenoid fossa of the scapula (the top of the upper arm and the side of the shoulder blade). The shoulder joint is one of the most freely moveable […]

By |June 12th, 2024|Article, News, Pilates|

Unlocking Strength and Stability: 3 Reasons You Must Train the Posterior Chain in Your Classes

By Jo Everill-Taylor

In the world of fitness, it’s easy to get caught up in exercises that focus solely on the muscles we see in the mirror. However, neglecting the muscles of the posterior chain—the group of muscles on the backside of the body—can lead to imbalances, poor posture, and increased risk of injury.

Whatever discipline you […]

By |June 12th, 2024|Article, News, Pilates|

22-30 of our articles on All Things Fitness

From Dr Paul Batman PhD

Continuing our greta series of articles on all things fitness. The gift of information. Not picked up 1-21, take a look on our website. Remember to share these articles on your own websites and social media as a gift from Dr Paul Batman. 
22. How can I monitor physical activity for weight […]

By |October 28th, 2022|Article, News, Physiology|

French Fries or Almonds?

Which comes out on top?

An interesting article reposted from Harvard Health on calories of each, are they in fact equal?

“The one clear finding was that consumption of French fries increased blood glucose and insulin secretion much more than did almonds,” Dr. Willett says.

http://Almonds Vs French Fries

By |October 10th, 2022|News|

Working with Physiotherapy Referral

Do you want to reach out to medical professionals and work with rehabilitative exercise on a referral basis. View this video with Alex Drummond B.Sc (Hon’s), MCSPs lead clinical director physiotherapist and Gill Cummings-Bell BA (Hon’s), M.Sc, PGCE. MBA AMCSP a leading clinical exercise physiologist who work with exercise therapy referral from primary care. Understand […]

By |May 27th, 2022|Article, Industry News, News|

11-15 of our Articles on all things Fitness

by Dr Paul Batman PhD

follow this great series of short articles from Dr Paul. You can use them in your own marketing and social media for your clients just reference them to Dr Paul Batman PhD. You can give your clients well evidenced, credible information to help them on their health and fitness journey and […]

By |April 19th, 2022|Article, News, Physiology|

The Return from Digital! – Where are we now?

Article by Lorraine Young (Senior Tutor Edinburgh)
Many of us developed our digital skills with force during the pandemic, what are we doing now?

Fitness professionals have been one of the most responsive industries during the pandemic. Instructors desire to continue to look after the health of their clients has meant that they have adapted well due […]

By |October 28th, 2021|Article, Lifestyle, News|

1-5 Articles from ‘All Things Health & Fitness

Join us for the series of 50 articles from Dr Paul Batman PhD. 
Use these articles in your classes and business to share with your client and add content for your marketing
Article 1
Retirees take note…. it doesn’t take that much
When the time comes to retire many older adults look forward to sitting back and watching life […]

By |August 30th, 2021|News|

Flourless Oat & Date Cake

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 

1/3 cup extra virgin olive oil or any oil you prefer
1 cup tightly packed pitted dates 
2 large or 4 small eggs

By |December 15th, 2020|Article, News, Recipes|

Kettlebell Workout

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 it as homework over the holidays for them. If you want to see the technique for the more technical exercises, […]

By |December 15th, 2020|Article, News, Workouts|