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Get More Active with Biomechanics Testing

Categories: Biomechanics
Tags: Sport, Performance

2018 is just getting started, and of course it’s the time of year when many of us are making changes in our habits that we hope will bring us enhanced performance, more energy and better health. Whether you’re starting a new fitness routine, taking up an active hobby, varying your mix of activities, or intensifying your training, biomechanics testing can help.

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Reflexology's coming to Adjust Massage

Categories: Reflexology

On January 19th, we’ve got a reflexologist starting with us at Adjust Massage. Her name’s Helen and she’ll be in the clinic on Mondays and Fridays.

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Reflexology for Infertility

Categories: Reflexology
Tags: Infertility

When many people picture their ideal life, that life includes a loving partner and children of their own. Sadly, some couples have trouble conceiving when the time is right. It can be an issue with either member of the couple or both, and it is emotionally wrenching.

The turmoil brought on by infertility can create a vicious circle. The mind-body connection is always an important factor in health but here, it is crucial. The stress and sadness brought on by infertility - and conventional treatments - can get in the way of conception. Reflexology may be the catalyst you need to put your fertility struggles behind you and finally get pregnant. It has worked for many other couples.

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Why DOMS can be good for you

Categories: DOMS
Tags: pain, Sore Muscles

A few days ago, you had a surprisingly easy time doing something new and athletic, pushing your boundaries. Right afterwards, you felt proud and strong. You told everyone you were on the right track. Now your muscles are screaming and you're thinking 'I'm too old for this!' and 'This is NOT worth it.'

Every active person has experienced DOMS, or Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness. DOMS starts a day or two after a challenging workout, and it affects the muscles that you used differently or more intensely than usual. DOMS can strike anyone, from a fitness novice to a seasoned athlete.

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Gait Analysis

Categories: Biomechanics
Tags: running, Gait Analysis, Running Shoes

Recently my wife Hayley and I went to get her some trainers fitted at a local running shop in Nottingham. During the visit, I noticed some huge flaws in how their gait analysis was performed, which I’ll share with you in a moment. First, I’ll give you some background history on Hayley.

During my biomechanics training, I used Hayley as a guinea pig and I screened her on numerous occasions using the biomechanics testing techniques. One thing that became obvious was that she pronated (her foot falls in slightly) on her right foot whereas her left foot was neutral.

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