AB-DOMINANCE: Why are we so ab-sessed with the Abdominals?

 Ab-dominant and Ab-sessed Society is seemingly obsessed by the body beautiful and the aesthetic of the flat stomach.    As a 52 year old post menopausal woman, it is not something that I  lose sleep over (although I have bloating/IBS  issues which I wrote about in a previous blog post which you can read here.)  […]

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Blade Runner 2019: Five Things You Really Need To Know About Your Shoulder

Picture of the deep and superficial muscles at the front of the chest and shoulders

What Is the Shoulder & Come to think of it, Where is it? The shoulder is, in some ways a rather vague term.  What we have is an upper arm bone and a shoulder blade.  Also in the mix, but not actually the shoulder is the collar bone and the rib cage. Without them there […]

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Neutral Territory of Pilates: the Strong and Stable Middle Ground.

Neutral Pelvis, Neutral Spine Ok, so it can’t be too hard to work out what inspired this Blog post: the middle way that is  secure, and ( I can’t believe I’m actually going to write this…) strong and stable. Who says Exercise Instructors can’t make political jokes eh? So leaving the Body Politic in return […]

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