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How to Treat that Tennis Elbow by Physio4Life’s Senior Physiotherapist Rebecca Lang

Mark Saunders Articles, Physiotherapy

I have recently listened to a podcast, from clinical edge physiotherapy, with an Australian Doctor on this condition. It reminded me of some interesting points in relation to lateral elbow pain. Our upper limbs get a lot of use We use our upper limbs for many activities of daily living. Eating, dressing and communication. A lot of movement through the …

the reason we put on weight by daniel wellard at physio 4 life putney

“The reason why 90% of people who lose weight, put it back (and more!).” – By Physio4Life’s Personal Trainer and Nutritionist Daniel Wellard

Mark Saunders Articles, Personal Training, Weight Loss and Nutrition

What she’s doing now she’s hit a weight loss plateau I want to share a story about a client of mine who is experiencing a frustrating weight loss plateau, She has been a great client over the past 9 months. Doing everything I set her, and she has reaped the rewards. Over the past 9 months she has managed to …

Feeding and Latching Difficulties By Physio4Life’s Osteopath Pierre Meslet

Mark Saunders Uncategorized

We often underestimate how challenging breastfeeding can be at times. It is a skill that cannot be mastered prior to the arrival of your little one. In the first few days after delivery, your body has yet to recover from the recent physical and emotional changes. It can therefore be difficult and painful to breastfeed. Remember that although breastfeeding can …

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How to really start your week from the weekend phase of “I’ll start on Monday……….” By Daniel Wellard, Physio4Life’s Personal Trainer and Nutritionist

Mark Saunders Articles, Weight Loss and Nutrition

Morning my friend I’m going to help you get you reset your mind for the week ahead. That’s if you’ve had a weekend of too much wine, chocolate and cheese! How was your weekend? I went to watch United win 2-1, won a scrabble match against my wife and dad and had a jamming session with Duran Duran (that bit …

Physio4Life continues partnership with CHX to offer 10% on Luxury Mountain Bootcamp Experiences

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Physio4Life continues partnership with CHX to offer 10% on Luxury Mountain Bootcamp Experiences July 17th to 24th and  July 31st to August 7th Physio4Life have teamed up for the second year running with Chamonix Hard Cross to offer spaces on their luxury summer mountain bootcamps and Mountain HIT event following the success of our 2015 experience. Combining core conditioning, nutrition coaching, Pilates, …

Chamonix Hard Cross Physio4Life Offer

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Partner Chamonix Hard Cross www.chamonixhardcross.com Offer 10% discount off MSRP for Physio4Life customers Intro – Who we are CHX has been born from a passion for the mountains combined with a love of personal challenge, bringing world leading fitness and guiding expertise together with one of the most extraordinary environments on earth. It exists for everyone from beginner to elite …

Its all in your genes – By Rebecca Lang, Physio4Life’s Senior Physiotherapist

Mark Saunders Physiotherapy

Mr Colin Natali recently popped into the clinic to give our physiotherapists’ some up to date information on degenerative disc disease (DDD). Mr Natali is a leading orthopaedic spinal surgeon in the UK. He practices exclusively in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the neck, thoracic and lumbar spine. DDD is a common condition affecting many people but there …

Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin C, vitamin K and folate – By Daniel Wellard, Physio4Life’s Personal Trainer and Nutritionist

Mark Saunders Weight Loss and Nutrition

Cauliflower is an excellent source of vitamin C (immunity), vitamin K (blood clotting) and folate (cell division, DNA synthesis). It can be used as a fantastic and tasty alternative to potato. Less calories, less carbohydrate and more nutrients. Last night I treated Mrs Wellard to some Cauliflower mash 1 – I steamed cauliflower florets for 15 minutes (until soft), as …

“If you want to optimise your chances of sleeping well and burn more fat whilst sleeping, here are some foods you should eat….” – By Daniel Wellard, Physio4Life’s Personal Trainer and Nutritionist

Mark Saunders Weight Loss and Nutrition

I know I’ve said it many times before, but Mrs Wellard’s omelettes are THE BOMB! I got in last night around 9pm and ready and waiting was one of her specials. 5 eggs, pulled pork, spinach…..smash bang wallop!!!! I didn’t eat it all, I saved half for brekkie today. I great time saving strategy for having a nutritious breakfast during …

Did you know that eating chocolate can actually help you LOSE belly fat? – By Daniel Wellard, Physio4Life’s Personal Trainer and Nutritionist

Mark Saunders Weight Loss and Nutrition

I’ve been married for over 13 years and can you guess what Mrs W love Yes – Alfie (our dog) Yes – me and the kids Yes – Man Utd ( more about that one:) But also that brown stuff you put in your mouth CHOCOLATE! But did you know that eating chocolate can actually help you LOSE belly fat? Now, …

Is foam rolling apart of your regime? – By Rebecca Lang, Physio4Life’s Senior Physiotherapist

Mark Saunders Physiotherapy

Is foam rolling apart of your regime? After exercise muscle soreness and tightness is not uncommon. Self myofascial release (SMFR) and massage is emerging as a popular technique used to decrease muscle soreness, improve flexibility, aid in recovery and assist in performance. Research indicates that foam rolling has a direct impact on myofascial tightness to increase joint range of motion …

Motivation Monday – Thank you from a very happy Bride

Mark Saunders Personal Training, Success Stories - Weight Loss & Nutrition, Testimonials Weight Loss & Nutrition

  Hi Dan, Just completed my first training session at the new gym. Was commended on my form and strength! All thanks to you. I had also managed to hit 75.9kg! (Although some muscle loss I’m sure). Really appreciate what you and the boot camp ladies did for my health and fitness. I start tennis lessons on Monday evening! Given …

“If change means you can go on holiday in the summer and not cover up your body. Then change is worth it – right?” – By Daniel Wellard, Physio4Life’s Personal Trainer and Nutritionist

Mark Saunders Articles, Personal Training, Weight Loss and Nutrition

It was December 1991. It was a day I was left having regrets and feeling ashamed of myself. The night before, it was my sister’s 18th birthday party at our family house. I was 15, and my mate, Marc was 16. By 8pm most of the house was packed, full of her  friends, and a few family members. Marc and I were on …

“So racers of the marathon world, heroes of the OCR elite and general joggers…..” – By Faye Burge, Physio4Life’s Senior Physiotherapist

Mark Saunders Articles, Orthotics and Running Analysis, Physiotherapy

Common sense There I was happily sitting outside a coffee shop having a delightful soya hot chocolate with the other half when something caught our eye. A male runner, roughly 33 came limping towards us.  The agony was real on the man’s face, his teeth were gritting and the sweat may have been through cardiovascular exertion but due to his …

There will be good days, when they make good progress, but there will be times, when they ‘can’t do it’. And it will happen! – By Daniel Wellard, Physio4Life’s Personal Trainer and Nutritionist

Mark Saunders Articles, Personal Training

Mrs Wellard and I have started watching Thirteen. It’s a BBC TV series about a 26 year old girl who escapes a house she has been held captive in for 13 years. The first episode was very intriguing – without giving too much away, it appears the story will not follow the obvious path. There will be more to it than …

Flat tyres? Rusty parts? Grease and oil change? Maybe you need a tune up at physio4life by Rebecca Lang, Physio4Life’s Senior Physiotherapist

Mark Saunders Orthotics and Running Analysis, Physiotherapy

In the last few weeks we have seen an increasing amount of people in the clinic with lower limb injuries, mostly marathon training related but not restricted to. Varying from plantar fasciitis, Achilles’ tendon, ITB and patella related as well as muscular tightness and tenderness, just to name a few… It is about the time that people are increasing the …

Fail to prepare, prepare to fail

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Fail to prepare, prepare to fail Morning my friend Yesterday, I had just finished with the early morning Bootcamp sessions and as the sweaty people left the gym, feeling knackered, but superb, I began to get ready for my session. Legs again – my elbow is feeling better and although it’s tempting to do some upper body, I am sticking …

never give up in the gym if you want to see results

If you’ve had a bad week, don’t give up. Freshen the strategy and go again

Daniel Wellard Articles, News

Morning guys, Watched episode 3 of The Night Manager last night. Man, that series is getting juicy! And then super vivid dreams last night. This all came after a busy day in the gym, and a one to one Bootcamp follow up  appointment that stood out. It was with a client who had been doing really well this year. She …