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…and still… Art by @halfsumo_collective #ufc #ufc242 #khabibnurmagomedov #khabib #dustinpoirier💎💎💎 #eagle #grappling #sambo #bjj #mma

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September 8, 2019

Soon… #ufc #khabibnurmagomedov #khabib #sendlocation #nowwetalk #grappling #sambo #bjj

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September 7, 2019

Another solid result. Well done Jay! “Having suffered from various sports related back injuries in my earlier life and having undergone spinal surgery 5 years ago, I had more recently found the pain and limitation of movement starting to again creep back into my life. – With a new baby on the way and with me moving into my early 50’s I was keen to look at non-surgical options to manage my pain and ensure I could still remain active and healthy. – Brian creates a deceptively simple approach looking at the two sides of the equation, identifying and minimizing the triggers whilst also re-training the correct muscle use and then building the core strength. – There is no such thing as a instant or miracle cure with these things and it certainly takes some commitment and perseverance, but Brian helps you develop a tool kit to enable you to take effective control of your own program. Brian has an easy going personality to work with but he will drive you hard when needed – a pleasure to work with and the results speak for themselves. – I now feel confident that I can start to manage my own recovery and ongoing management of my back health with a regular regime of morning exercise – although I do plan to keep periodic check-in’s with Brian going forward. – The plan is to keep striving for goals – the first to be back out surfing next Summer – albeit on an old man’s long board. – Thanks Brian – my soon to be born child also thanks you…” – Remove pain, build strength and avoid surgery: https://ift.tt/2LuCWHk #bondijunction #bondi #sydney #sydneybackpain #sydneybackpainprogram #backpain #lowbackpainrelief #lowbackpain

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September 4, 2019

Well Done Jay!

Well Done Jay! “Having suffered from various sports related back injuries in my earlier life and having undergone spinal surgery 5 years ago, I had more recently found the pain and limitation of movement starting to again creep back into my life. With a new baby on the way and with me moving into my…

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September 4, 2019

Back Pain: Where to Start.

With chronic back injuries it can be hard (and frustrating) to know where to start. Instead of looking for that panacea, that magic bullet exercise or even the latest gizmo being advertised on the internet; take some to time understand the causes of the injury.

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February 11, 2019

10 Things I learnt from Stuart McGill

Last¬†weekend I was fortunate enough to spend some quality time learning from one of the leading experts in lower back pain and rehabilitation, Dr Stuart McGill. For those of you who know me well enough, you will know I picked up a horrendous lower back injury just over two years ago. In all seriousness, if…

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November 20, 2015

24 Hour Charity Fitness Event

On Friday 5th August at 6pm I will be taking part in our 24 hour charity fitness event at the Newton Abbot gym. The event is in aid of raising ¬£5,000 to build an play park for both able bodied and physically impaired children next to King’s Ash primary school in Paignton. If you you…

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July 17, 2011

A week of great achievements…

What a week of great achievements! Ian Griffiths – 3lbs lost in a week! Adam Heawood – 4lbs lost in a week! Stephen Evans – 7lbs lost in a week! Ritchie Edworthy – 100 tire flips in 6 mins of hell! – video here:

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April 2, 2011

Lessons from over 50 years ago…

My latest article is up on Talk Torbay. Lessons from 50 years ago…

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January 12, 2011

Get fired up for the new year…

Tired? Low energy? Finding it hard to get motivated for life? Listen to this wisdom from Jack Lalanne over 60 years ago…

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January 3, 2011