Showing posts with label back pain. Show all posts
Showing posts with label back pain. Show all posts

Thursday, September 12, 2013

lifestyle is the key to weight loss

there is only  on way to lose weight is your lifestyle  and how wae move our body
we are what we eat and how we move and what time we go to bed too there no other
way that will work for any on one no exercise and no geting to bed on time will not work
so get to bed at right time eat good food and exercise too

Thursday, August 01, 2013

Trust in the Universe!

paul chek chat about trust how we need to trust chek practitioner in uk read this every
day it help in big way so trust i come to pass i love you paul

Sunday, July 07, 2013

fitness and sunburn

we all love the sun but we can love it too much read the book the healing sun

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Metabolic typing diet part1 london Scott Bryant Scott Bryant

Back Pain london

Back Pain

Back pain, the chief cause of work place absence in the UK, affects an average of 8 of 10 adults in this country at some point in their lives. It accounts for about 7 million GP visits annually in the UK.

Back Pain Overview

Back pain is most common in the age group of 35-55 years, possibly as a direct result of occupational hazards. Postmenopausal women are also more prone to back pain due to the development of osteoporosis. While one of several factors may be responsible, symptoms are similar, and most episodes of back pain will respond quickly to over the counter pain medications, rest and gentle exercise . However, you should seek a doctor's opinion if the pain persists, doesn't respond to treatment, or if it is associated with other symptoms.

What is Back Pain?

Pain in the back may occur in any region from the base of the skull to the hips. It may arise from muscles, nerves, bones, joints or other supporting structures in the spine. The symptom may arise suddenly or gradually. As most episodes are self-limiting (get better by themselves), back pain usually does not warrant immediate medical attention. Occasionally, however, it may signal the presence of a serious underlying health condition.

Common Causes of Back Pain

Back pain may arise from a variety of causes, some of which can be due to breathing pattern  disorders poor posture and the way in which the back is used. Pulled muscles, or muscle strains, are frequent causes of back pain. Injuries such as sprains and fractures, mechanical problems including muscle spasms and imbalance and herniated discs, various acquired conditions of the spine including osteoporosis and rarely, infections and tumours may all give rise to back pain.
Stress may contribute to backache by inducing muscle spasm. Pregnant women commonly report low back pain.

Main Symptoms of Back Pain

Any part of the back may be affected upper, middle or lower. Pain may be described as acute or chronic depending on its duration. Acute back pain usually lasts less than three months, whereas chronic pain persists beyond this period and is frequently progressive in nature.
Symptoms may be as varied as a constant muscle ache or an acute piercing or stabbing pain. Back pain may restrict your mobility and alter your posture. When back pain is caused due to irritation of nerve roots, it often radiates into the thigh, and may be accompanied by other symptoms such as weakness, tingling and numbness. More on the symptoms of back pain.

Back Pain Diagnosis and Treatment

If you need to see a doctor for your back pain, you will be asked to provide a detailed medical history since many different conditions may give rise to back pain. You will be thoroughly examined and may need laboratory tests and imaging studies like x-rays or a CT/MRI
Treatment strategies aim to provide pain relief and restore flexibility and mobility. If back pain is caused by strain or minor injury, you will be advised to take adequate rest. Application of an ice pack in the acute stage may prove beneficial. Hot packs may provide relief once the acute phase has subsided. As prolonged bed rest is no longer advisable in most sufferers, you should begin gentle activity like walking within 24-72 hours.
Physical therapy and  C.H.E.K Practitioner level 4 scott bryant london muscle strengthening exercises will further help strengthen your back. or muscle relaxants if pain hinders your day-to-day activities. Physiotherapy also plays a role in the management of long-standing back pain. Alternative therapies like acupuncture, chiropractic and C.H.E.K.Practitioner  may provide relief in some people. Although rare, extreme cases may require surgey. 

Friday, August 03, 2012

Adrenal Fatigue london 

Your two adrenal glands are small, triangular-shaped endocrine glands located on the top of each kidney. Each adrenal gland is approximately 3 inches wide, and a half inch high.
Each gland is divided into an outer cortex and an inner medulla. The cortex and medulla of the adrenal gland secrete different hormones. The adrenal cortex is essential to life, but the medulla may be removed with no life-threatening effects.
Hormones of the Adrenal Cortex
The adrenal cortex consists of three different regions, with each region producing a different group or type of hormones. Chemically, all the cortical hormones are considered steroids.
Mineralocorticoids are secreted by the outermost region of the adrenal cortex. The principal mineralocorticoid is aldosterone, which acts to conserve sodium ions and water in the body.
Glucocorticoids are secreted by the middle region of the adrenal cortex. The principal glucocorticoid is cortisol, which increases blood glucose levels.
The third group of steroids secreted by the adrenal cortex is the gonadocorticoids, or sex hormones. These are secreted by the innermost region. Male hormones, androgens, and female hormones, estrogens, are secreted in minimal amounts in both sexes by the adrenal cortex, but their effect is usually masked by the hormones from the testes and ovaries. In females, the masculinization effect of androgen secretion may become evident after menopause, when estrogen levels from the ovaries decrease.
Hormones of the Adrenal Medulla
The adrenal medulla develops from neural tissue and secretes two hormones, epinephrine and norepinephrine. These two hormones are secreted in response to stimulation by sympathetic nerve, particularly during stressful situations. A lack of hormones from the adrenal medulla produces no significant effects. Hypersecretion, usually from a tumor, causes prolonged or continual sympathetic responses.
When the adrenal glands are not functionining optimally, you can have a condition that is known as adrenal fatigue, or adrenal exhaustion. Adrenal fatigue often develops after periods of intense or lengthy physical or emotional stress, when overstimulation if the glands leave them unable to meet your body's needs.
Some other names for the syndrome include non-Addison's hypoadrenia, sub-clinical hypoadrenia, hypoadrenalism, and neurasthenia.
Symptoms include:
• excessive fatigue and exhaustion
• non-refreshing sleep (you get sufficient hours of sleep, but wake fatigued)
• overwhelmed by or unable to cope with stressors
• feeling rundown or overwhelmed
• craving salty and sweet foods
• you feel most energetic in the evening
• a feeling of not being restored after a full night's sleep or having sleep disturbances
• low stamina, slow to recover from exercise
• slow to recover from injury, illness or stress
• difficulty concentrating, brain fog
• poor digestion
• low immune function
• food or environmental allergies
• premenstrual syndrome or difficulties that develop during menopause
• consistent low blood pressure
• extreme sensitivity to cold
When working with a C.H.E.K. Holistic Lifestyle Coach london you will get a deep assessment of your Adrenal Glands and a customized program to lower the Adrenal Exhaustion over time. Using zone training, food selection and lifestyle you will get your life back over time.

  The 10 symptoms include, but are not limited to: 
1. Excessive fatigue and exhaustion, chronic fatigue
2. Non-refreshing sleep
3. Sleep disturbance, insomnia
4. Feeling overwhelmed or unable to cope
5. Craving salty and/or sweet foods
6. Sensitivity to light
7. Low stamina and slow to recover from exercise
8. Slow to recover from injury or illness
9. Difficulty concentrating, brain fog
10. Poor digestion
C.H.E.K Practitioner level 4london - Scott Bryant

Saturday, February 11, 2012

An interview with scott


Scott Bryant, often referred to as ‘The Body Mechanic’ is not like your ‘conventional’ chek practitioner level 4  london !

In creating a unique workout system that focuses on looking at every aspect of health and wellbeing, from what you eat, how you breathe and how the gut works, Scott Bryant is renowned through the world of celebrities and professional sportsmen and women for ‘achieving results’.

Trion Z catches up with The Body Mechanic to talk CHEK, nutrition, celebrities and magnetic therapy.

At what age did you become interested in holistic medicine, health and fitness?

I was 19 when I started to look in to it seriously. I did a lot of weight training and body building and lots of my friends were all looking for something new to get into which would keep them fit, health and looking great in a safe way. It was around this time that a friend told me about the CHEK system I was, at the time working as a doorman, and knew I didn’t want to be doing it for the rest of my life  becoming a CHEK practitioner seemed like the perfect choice for me.

You are an integrative, holistic CHEK Practitioner. Can you explain what exactly a CHEK Practitioner is?

CHEK practitioner is someone who cares deeply about health and wellness, inside and outside of the body. We have to train and study hard for about 6 years learning everything about the body, we go deeper than most personal trainers and look into everything from diet, lifestyle, metabolic type, posture, hormone imbalance, even gut worms! (Which, by the way, most people have and don’t even realise) We also look into the spiritual, mental and emotional side of the body, mapping out everything until we find out where the pain is coming from, so we can cure it.

In what ways is your approach to training and fitness goals, that incorporate various wellbeing elements, including diet, mental fitness, emotional control, posture and holistic therapy, more effective in achieving fitness goals than simply working out down the gym every day?

We treat everyone as individuals! Everyone is unique, feels different, looks different, IS different and one program that works for one, certainly won’t work for another. We ensure that all programs are tailor-made to each individual. When we take a client on, we care immensely about them and want them to achieve their goals as much as they do.

Many sports professionals and celebrities, such as Jennifer Lopez, are reported to be fans of your approach to weight loss and fitness goals. Why do you think your method is so appealing to sports professionals and celebrities?

Once a person looks into the CHEK system and starts a program, there’s absolutely no going back, your total outlook and lifestyle will change – for the best.

Also I think it’s because of the love and passion we show our clients and the support we give as well as our in-depth understanding of anatomy and physiology, we look deeper into the body than most others. I always make sure my clients receive a 4 Hr body and movement assessment plus a 10 day holistic diet and lifestyle program. I think it also helps that we have taken years to train and continuously are working and studying to better ourselves.

We don’t promise that a celebrity or any client will change their bodies, lose fat etc. overnight however we do promise that they WILL change their lives forever by doing a CHEK program.

What does your day’s nutritional intake typically consist of?

I usually have breakfast at around 6am and I always eat meat – I don’t mean sausages and pre packed bacon which are filled with additives and flavourings etc.! I’m talking about steak, lamb chops, chicken breast etc.! I add good fat to the meal, like butter and always have veg, like broccoli or carrots!

I snack on an apple and nuts about 2 hours after breakfast. Nuts are amazing for the body and full of essential oils.

Lunch, I have meat again, but what kind, depends on breakfast. I ALWAYS stick to the same meat that I have had in the morning for lunch and dinner. So if I had lamb for breakfast, I’ll have lamb for lunch and dinner. Again I will eat more veg and good fats with the meal. Dinner will be a similar to lunch and breakfast.

I also snack on bananas and more nuts and for a treat I will have some raw, dark chocolate. It’s also essential to drink lots and lots of water.

And finally….Have you ever used, or would consider using, magnetic therapy as a means of overcoming injuries and medical conditions, as well as promoting wellbeing?

I haven’t used magnetic therapy, yet, however I would certainly be interested to see how it works and how it can help reduce pain etc. however, as with everything I use and recommend, I would have to research the science behind it first.C.H.E.K Practitioner london

Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Golf swing

Golf Conditioning london 

Many personal trainers in London are not getting it right when it comes to conditioning for the game of golf, especially the swing. When training them for their game they do no assessment of the swing or drive.
Golf is a power sport. You need to get your core and posture assessed. Because of the load that goes onto the body, 98 % of golfers get back pain: from bad training in the gym; bad lifestyle; and no warm up when they start playing, apart from slow swings in preparation for hitting the ball.
The body needs to warm up properly for all shots. You can see that some of the world's best golfers are now looking in good shape, with Tiger Woods leading the way. When it comes to being lean and strong, he can only get this from the gym. But not by doing bench press and biceps curls - he would be doing dead lifts, cable pulls and lateral ball rolls.
Paul Chek is one of the best in the world for conditioning golfers. There is no other programme which works as well as his does, with over 150 asessments of the body, so that we can see what is going on in the golfer's body.
One of the best books about golf fitness is the Golf Biomechanics Manual which is the book which CHEK golf sport performance specialists need to study, which explains how to get a body fit for the game of golf.
As a CHEK practitioner level 3 Scott looks deep into how to get you out of pain. He guarantees that he will get your handicap down, make you back swing stronger and make you drive further than you ever did before. So if you are looking to take your game to a new level then Scott Bryant can help you!!!
www.golfcheklondon.comContact Scott now for more information

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Corrective exercise london

Corrective exercise is personally tailored exercise designed to bring you towards better physical function and health. Many common problems such as low back pain, knee, hip and shoulder pain, neck tension and headaches are the result of poor postural alignment. Accelerated degeneration or ‘wear and tear’ of discs and joints are not inevitable as we age if we have correct and optimal mechanics in movement. Postural correction is therefore the corner stone for reduced pain, improved aesthetics, optimum well-being and daily function in the body and mind. A corrective exercise program that is specifically designed for you will first restore flexibility and mobility. Stability and postural strength will be established before introducing strength and power exercises to meet the demands of your daily life, sport or work.can help with any pain you have in the body as a chek practitioner i look deep in side and out of your body so if you like to get pain free then i can help you with a posture assessment of 4 hr and lifestyle assessment on you body to make sure i do not miss any thing in you body like  to know more go to 

Thursday, September 30, 2010

fitness tip for back pain london scott bryant

do you have back pain do need help
i can help you with the back systems that i can get you out of pain for good

Sunday, July 18, 2010

Clapham Common and Battersea Park Personal Trainer

Scott works out of Fitness First Clapham and Elite Health and Fitness off Baker Street London. Call for your one to one personal fitness training session.
Clapham and Battersea are some of the best places to have personal training or CHEK pracitioner sessions because of the big Battersea Park, and Clapham common where you can do lots of out door training. Such as;
...or we can work out in your Gym or your home in London.
Battersea Park, and Clapham common are also good for Qigong class which is well worth exploring.
If you are looking to get fit and lose some fat my work outs last for 45 min and you will work hard and have the best personal tainer in Clapham to help you with your goals.

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Personalised program to meet all your specific needs looking at;
History of injury
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Saturday, May 15, 2010

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