• Recipe – A Healthy Snack

    I’m going to let you in on a little secret… My favourite healthy snack recipe! No only is it packed with lots of vitamins, minerals and nutrients it is also super tasty! I don’t claim to be the next Jamie Oliver but I have found throwing all this in a bowl is an amazing snack and ticks a...
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    19.03.2017
  • How do muscles contract?

    Everyday your muscles contract again and again when completing daily activities. A simple sit to stand activity requires multiple muscle contraction from a variety of different muscle groups! Our muscles have the ability to contract in a number of ways such as: Isometric contraction (The muscle is w...
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    05.03.2017
  • Half hour a day keeps the fatigue away

    So, some people feel that if they only do short exercise 30min-1hr sessions, the time it takes to see a result is going to be longer. People can easily spend up to 2 hours in the gym trying to achieve their fitness goals. So how is a short session, for example, a Personal training session at Fierce...
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    19.02.2017
  • Can we really be double-jointed?

    At some point or another, we have all met or heard of someone who can bend their thumbs or other limbs into bizarre shapes. Quite often such individuals are described as being “double jointed” but is this a real pathology?The answer is no! But there is a pathology that may explain extremely flexible...
    0CommentsFierce Fit patient and therapist boxing with each other
    05.02.2017
  • You can’t buy happiness but you can buy a massage!

    Everybody desires happiness. Happiness can be defined as a state of well-being involving positive or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy. Unfortunately, sometimes your state of happiness is hindered and challenged. This can be due to many reasons and is individual to each perso...
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    29.01.2017
  • Why do I feel so sore after a workout?

    Everyone knows that after you’ve had a good, intense workout you’re going to feel sore the next day. But what is it that actually causes the soreness? Well, the soreness you feel actually has a name. It is called delayed onset muscles soreness, or DOMS for short. DOMS occur anywhere from 6 to 48 hou...
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    22.01.2017
  • You can’t outrun a bad diet!

    Over the past 30 years, the presence of obesity has rocketed within the UK. The reason for this is directly related to the type and amount of calories we consume. You can go to a marathon and see individuals who are able to run 26.2 miles but are still overweight. This is because many people are sti...
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    15.01.2017
  • Back to the gym January

    Hopefully, we all had a very festive Christmas filled with mince pies, gluhwein and a BIG turkey roast dinner!Now the Christmas festivities are over it’s “back to the gym” month. The January gym rush can turn the quietest gyms into a jungle which can be very off-putting when you prefer to work...
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    08.01.2017

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