50 Shades of Shoulders

10,000 Steps for the Legs, what about the Shoulders? Over Christmas and the New Year Period I went on holiday to Morocco, and you know how it is when you go away, especially in a foreign country, you walk, and walk, and walk. Whilst trip trapping around Marrakech, often lost,  I got to thinking: What […]

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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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Core Strength: The Emperor’s New Clothes of the Fitness World

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Core Strength – we all  we want it.  Some of us think we have good core strength, some think theirs is weak, we all reckon it’s a bit special The Emperor’s new suit of clothes, was, according to the weavers, invisible to people who were stupid or incompetent.   So the Emperor’s subjects, not wishing to […]

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