REDUCING THE PRESSURE:
The Benefits of exercise for high blood pressure:
Has your Doctor mentioned the words high blood pressure? There is a good chance they have as it affects one in three people.
If your blood pressure is consistently above 140 for your systolic and 90 for your diastolic, this is considered to be high blood pressure. If high blood pressure is left untreated your heart can become enlarged and not work as effectively which is a LARGE risk factor for chronic conditions including stroke, coronary heart disease, heart failure and chronic kidney disease.
If you would like more of an understanding on what high blood pressure is, how it can affect you and how we can help you prevent, manage or lower it then check out our latest blog here:
THE WARM UP REVOLUTION:
The world is an ever changing place with new information and technology constantly evolving and the world of sport is no different. We are seeing new rules, new gear and new technology change the way sport is played across all levels from grassroots to professional.
However, there is a part of the sporting world that hasn’t changed.
It’s the humble weekend warrior’s warm up routine.
Check out our latest blog to find out more on the future of warming up and injury prevention!