Week 4 #MarchMATness

We hope you all had a lovely relaxing Easter break and are looking forward to kick starting the spring/summer term! There is one extra for you this week! Post your own Instagram videos using the hashtags! If you’re not already following us on Instagram you can find us @bucphysio. Don’t forget to tag us in…

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Back Pain and Cardiovascular Exercise

With the fitness industry fully embracing the importance of “CORE STABILITY” in all programs and activities it is worth taking a few minutes to mention the importance of increasing your cardiovascular fitness and the role it plays in back pain prevention and rehabilitation. We have known for many years the many benefits to general health…

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The Cholesterol Myth Unravels Further

Most cells in our body use either fat or glucose as a fuel source. The one exception to this rule is the brain as none of the cells can use fat for fuel. This is probably because the brain is made up of fat and so it is much too precious to be used as…

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Week 3 #MarchMATness

This week we reached the half way point! Post your own Instagram videos using the hashtags! If you’re not already following us on Instagram you can find us @bucphysio. Don’t forget to tag us in your MarchMATness videos! 15th. #neckpull https://www.instagram.com/p/BC-FjOzpwQF/?taken-by=bucphysio 16th. #scissors and #bicycle https://www.instagram.com/p/BDAsMBxpwR4/?taken-by=bucphysio 17th. #shoulderbridge https://www.instagram.com/p/BDDRF3EJwQY/?taken-by=bucphysio 18th. #spinetwist https://www.instagram.com/p/BDF5HNOJwXD/?taken-by=bucphysio 19th. #jackknife https://www.instagram.com/p/BDI4S5JJwSr/?taken-by=bucphysio…

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Snow Sports Injury Tip | ACL Ruptures in Skiing

Although ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) injuries overall are actually a small percentage of all snow sports injuries (10-15%) – it is very easy to rupture in the beginner and intermediate skier. The most common 2 mechanisms are ‘The Phantom Foot’ and the ‘Boot Induced’ Mechanisms “The Phantom Foot Mechanism” Uphill Arm is back Skier is…

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Paul Hodges on core stability

Paul Hodges gives some really interesting insights into misconceptions around core stability. It’s only a short video and well worth a watch!

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Pregnancy Massage

Pregnancy is one of the most gruelling things a woman can put her body through. Getting a massage can be really beneficial but there a quite a lot of preconceptions around getting a massage when you are pregnant and whether or not it is safe.

One of our massage therapists Yoshiko Beer specialises in Pregnancy Massage so I thought I would asked her a few questions to shed some light!

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Week 2 #MarchMATness

In light of International Women’s Day at the start of this week our week 2 of March Matness is an all female effort! Post your own Instagram videos using the hashtags! If you’re not already following us on Instagram you can find us @bucphysio. Don’t forget to tag us in your MarchMATness videos! 8th. #spinestretch https://www.instagram.com/p/BCsB9NDJwYX/?taken-by=bucphysio…

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Blueberry salad with jalapeno dressing

Entertaining this weekend? Why not try this easy to make and delicious salad. It’s sure to impress! As well as being delicious, this salad has been created by Nutritionist Fleur Borrelli so it’s super healthy as well. Double win! Blueberry salad with jalapeno dressing This is a great lunch time salad for one or two…

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Week 1 #MarchMATness

This month we are taking part in #MarchMATness. Each day of the month corresponds to a mat exercise from the classical pilates repertoire. This is BUC’s first week, featuring our director Leslie Abrahams! Post your own Instagram videos using the hashtags! If you’re not already following us on Instagram you can find us @bucphysio. Don’t…

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