Why do you get muscle cramps?

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By James Morris Surrey Personal Trainer in Chertsey   What is muscle cramp? A cramp is a sudden, and involuntary muscle contraction or over-shortening; while generally temporary and non-damaging, they can cause mild-to-excruciating pain, and a paralysis-like immobility of the affected muscle(s).     Why do you get muscle cramps? Muscle cramps may be caused… Read more »

Importance of Joint Mobility

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Written by James Morris Personal Trainer       Joint mobility is an important area, to perform at optimal performance, but it is often an area that is overlooked in health and fitness. With a regular mobility, you could save yourself years of pain, frustration, rehab and maybe even surgery. Through doing 15 minutes of… Read more »

MOBILITY – Ice or not to Ice

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Here’s an awesome video that will get you mind working, on whether we should ice or not ice for inflammation and sports injuries. Ill let you make you own mind up. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0UmJVgEWZu4&feature=player_embedded] Leave your ideas to, james@jamesmorrispt.co.uk or why not experiment yourself. Yours in Health James Morris www.jamesmorrispt.co.uk  

Myofascial release – what’s it all about?

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Guest post by Nicola Reed   I had the good fortune a few weeks ago, to attend a course on myofascial release with a rather wonderful chap called John Annan. He’s a physiotherapist with a love & passion for myofascial release and the benefits that it can have on the body. So, what is it… Read more »

Pregnancy massage……….oh what a joy!

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Posted by Nicola Reed I consider pregnancy to be one of the most amazing and challenging things that a woman can go through. The ability to produce a new life is awe inspiring and the changes that a pregnant woman goes through, both physically and mentally are, in my mind one of the seven wonders… Read more »