Should I see an exercise physiologist

Should I see an exercise physiologist There are many reasons why you may benefit from seeing an exercise physiologist. Here at Active One Group, one of the key services we provide is exercise physiology and we are always looking to educate our clients on the importance of exercise. To help you form a clearer understanding of exercise physiology, our team has put together a simple summary below. What does an exercise physiologist do? An accredited […]

Exercise for Seniors: Why It’s Important

Exercise for Seniors: Why It’s Important Staying physically active is important for people of all ages and fitness levels. The benefits that come with exercise are endless—as we get older, these benefits only continue to grow. While the body ages, it also becomes more susceptible to a range of health issues. By adopting an exercise routine, you can help to curb your risk of developing health problems such as heart disease, type two diabetes and […]

Client of the Month – Kathleen Lillis

This month our fabulous client from Brighton, Kathleen, has written a very nice testimonial that we would love to share with the community. Thank you for your kind words Kathleen and congratulations on all that you have achieved with your health and fitness. We look forward to helping you continue along your journey and we are looking forward to seeing how far you go. My journey with Active One in Brighton began in July 2018 […]

Squats – my favourite exercise.

Squats are one of the most functional exercises we could ever perform, this is why they are my favourite exercise to prescribe. They help strengthen some of our most important muscles like our quadriceps, gluteals, hamstrings and calves. We need these muscles to be strong to complete normal activities like walking, going up stairs, bending to pick things up or getting out of a chair. If you do not have the strength to squat you […]

Hip and Knee Osteoarthritis

Osteoarthritis (OA) is a chronic disease that affects one or many joints of the body and can include damage to the joint cartilage, inflammation of surrounding tissue and degeneration. It is the most common form of chronic arthritis and is characterised by pain in the joint, stiffness and swelling. Any joint can suffer with OA but the most common joints affected are the hand, knees and hips. Although OA is more common in the older […]

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