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Paul and prostate cancer

I’d like to introduce you to Paul. Last month, Paul was diagnosed with Prostate cancer. In Males in the UK, Prostate cancer is the most common cancer. About 80% of men who reach the age of 80 will have cancer cells in their prostate. Paul at 77, has a good prognosis...

Understanding your body during exercise. Working to heart rate.

It is important to understand what's happening to your body when you exercise and to be able to measure your effort levels. As you exercise, the blood in your body moves towards the muscles that you are using. This is why it is said don't train just after a meal. When...

Save our NHS!

You can speak to any doctor, nurse or health care worker in the NHS and they will all tell you the same thing - the NHS is struggling and something needs to be done. Every doctor and nurse that I know works longer hours than they get paid for and deals with cutbacks...

Who says age should slow you down?

We are all aware that as the years go by, the ageing process begins and our bodies slow down. What I fail to accept is that we should just roll over and let it happen, giving up on the interests and activities that we enjoy. It seems to be cemented in our culture that...

How’s your posture?

Here's a quick, simply way to help improve your posture.
Lower back

Lower back

Everyone experiences some degree of lower back pain at some time, the most common cause of this can be blamed on the lack of correct posture. When your posture is poor, your spine is not neutral and your body weight goes into your lower back. A great stretch for this...

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Hip and bottom

Hip and bottom

The hip joint allows a big range of movement. The muscles around it have to cope with a lot of stresses and pressure as the hip supports your bodyweight and the massive force that comes from the large muscles of the leg. The muscles in the hip and bottom are very...

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The hamstring muscles

The hamstring muscles

The hamstrings are a set of three muscles in the back of your thigh. They attach in the lower half of your bottom down to behind the back of your knee. The job of the hamstrings is to bend your knee and to move your hips backwards. Tight hamstrings can lead to lower...

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Your core and you

Your core and you

Your Core is the starting point of any of the body’s action, it is responsible for holding everything in place when you use your body. This involves many muscles, from those deep inside to the muscles you can see on the surface. If not engaged correctly, even in your...

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What is a neutral spine?

What is a neutral spine?

At MolyFit you’ll often hear us mention the Neutral Spine... but what do we actually mean? A Neutral Spine is how the spine should sit, in the correct anatomical position. All of us have bad habits which put unnecessary pressure into our backs. Maintaining a Neutral...

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