Running Technique for recurrent injuries Whenever you head out these days you are sure to see people running, donning the latest activity wear, water bottles, headphones and tracking technology. And why not, running is after all a great way of exercise, get out, gain stress
There used to be a coffee advert, I think it was the one with the couple flirting, where they boasted that it is the right blend of roasts that create their unique flavour. Well for people suffering with long standing musculoskeletal pain it is the
Why body composition matters far more than weight Body weight and Body Mass Index (abbreviated as BMI – a calculation of weight in proportion to height), are poor indicators of how healthy you are. Most people know of a muscular person who would be
Conflicting nutrition advice – how to separate fact from fiction By Sheri Taylor, Dietitian/Nutritionist There is a wealth of free information available on the internet, so why would anyone pay to see a dietitian/nutritionist? While some people love to scour the internet for hours and
By Sheri Taylor, Dietitian/Nutritionist Do you ever feel like you know what you “should” be doing, but feel like you aren’t motivated enough to make it happen? Habits and behaviours can be hard to change. So whether you are trying to exercise more, lose a
When you’re doing all of the right things but still can’t lose weight By Sheri Taylor, Dietitian/Nutritionist, Core Clinics I’ve been a dietitian/nutritionist for over 20 years and I have had countless people tell me they think it is impossible for them to lose weight.