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Blood Flow Restriction

Blood flow restriction training or BFR training is a variation of exercise which sees individuals wear a cuff to limit blood flow to specific muscles during exercise. BFR training is performed to change the type

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Using Exercise to Help Manage PTSD

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that’s triggered by a terrifying event — either experiencing it or witnessing it. The consequences of such an event are a group of stress reactions, which produce a

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Lateral Hip Pain

Lateral hip pain is a blanket term covering multiple conditions including greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS), hip bursitis, gluteal tendinopathy, and gluteal tears. This condition affects anywhere from 10-25% of the population and can equate

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Intensity: How and Why You Should Track It

  When it comes to deciding what exercise will be most beneficial for an individual it is important to consider the Frequency, Intensity, Time & Type of exercise or the FITT principle.  This article is

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Plyometrics – Jackson Free AES

Sport plays an undeniably huge role in the lives of many children and young teenagers. For most, these sports are an avenue to have fun and be with friends, and for some, are a pathway

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