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Bad Exercise

Poor Exercises

Behind the head lat pull-down Avoid: Although very commonly performed in gyms around the world, this is an exercise that should be avoided. Unfortunately it limits correct range of movement and my also damage the spine and shoulders if your range of mobility isn’t big enough to handle the pull-down motion. Try instead: Correct lat…

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Cycling Injuries

Get Rid of Cycling Injuries Once and For All

Cycling injuries are now more and more common as cycling has become one of Britain’s’ fastest growing sports over the past decade. I recently took part in a “festival of cycling” event called the Prudential Ride London-Surrey 100. This was a mass participation amateur cycling sportive, which started at the Olympic Park in Stratford and…

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Claygate-5KM

Stretching Helps Prevent Aching Muscles

Aching muscles after the Claygate Cross Country 5 mile run? What should we be doing with our muscles to minimise damage? Earlier this month, just around the corner from our Hinchley Wood Clinic, Claygate in Surrey hosted its annual 5 mile cross country running race. With participants of all shapes and sizes, ranging from competitive…

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