The GREAT OUTDOORS

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By Andrea Slivkova First we were captivated by the Danish concept of hygge (pronounced ‘hoo-ga’), enjoying the simple pleasures of cosy living, like reading a book sitting by the fireplace on a cold winter day. The Danes have mastered the art of living in the moment, making the most of what nature has dealt them. […]

SACROILIAC JOINT DYSFUNCTION IN PREGNANCY

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By Lauretta Furlonger Sacroiliac (SI) dysfunction, with its signal pain which can be sharp or dull, often on one side of the lower back, often means that we have to alter our yoga practice and our life. SI dysfunction occurs when the sacrum moves too much or too little for the joint to be able […]

Welcome to the Spring 2018 edition of FitNet!

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As the days get longer and we have more energy and enthusiasm, it  is time to set new goals to aim for. This edition brings you fascinating success stories to inspire you. When you read about what personal trainer Gareth Bennett achieved with one of his clients, or how a former wedding tailor became a […]

Deepen The Commitment To Yourself

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By Emma Reed It is a typical human response to want to improve ourselves or our life situations. We may struggle with personal problems, such as bad habits, phobias, anxieties or poor performance, and attempt some sort of behavioural change to make things better. This usually involves using lots of will-power, which can often succeed, […]

Welcome to the Winter 2017/2018 edition!

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Welcome to the Winter 2017/2018 edition! You are most likely already dedicated to some form of exercise and healthy eating plan, but if you are still looking for a way to improve your lifestyle and bring about positive changes, this edition has plenty to offer. Whatever your goals are, there are so many ways to […]

Herefordshire Man Turns CANCER DIAGNOSIS On Its Head To Raise Over £8,000 For Children Suffering Hair Loss

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Martyn Edwards (pictured) is no ordinary fundraiser. In 2016 Martyn, from Hereford, was diagnosed with stage 4 bowel cancer, which had spread extensively to his liver, and was inoperable at the time. Yet last year, this incredible man not only organised but participated in a thrill-filled Treasure Quest. The event encouraged family and friends to […]