Monthly Archives: October 2012

Train movements, not muscles!

Very often when we go to the gym, we see people doing  plain and boring biceps curls, triceps cable extensions or rowing on the machines. And that’s not even the worst of it; with many people waiting in line to … Continue reading

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Is football just a bunch of brainless people chasing a ball?

A couple of decades ago, as I heard from my parents, playing football was described as an activity that had nothing to do with “intelligent people”. Some people probably still perceive that the game is all about running for 90 … Continue reading

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Exercise: a powerful medicine against (breast) cancer

These days you can hardly enter a mall without noticing pink ribbons presented for purchase in almost every store. You have most likely seen evidence of this, with many women donning a pink ribbon on their sweaters or purses. Well, … Continue reading

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Breakfast of champions: 8 reasons why skipping breakfast is wrong

Often you hear people say „Breakfast? I do not eat it. I cannot eat anything in the morning, I am not hungry in early hours.“ As a physical therapist and a coach I know how wrong skipping breakfast is but … Continue reading

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The supporters: the 12th player of a football team.

Football is the most popular sport in the world and has millions of fans around the globe. If someone watches this sport for the first time, they will most likely enjoy the plethora of colors, sounds and celebratory images that are … Continue reading

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