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Almost all vegetable and plant foods contain carbohydrates. These break down into sugars during the digestive process and provide fuel for the body. Some of these sugars reside in the muscles as glycogen.
A survey has found that the Olympics has improved children’s attitude to sport. Over half of primary school children have been inspired by London 2012. The study of 700 kids aged 8 to 12 found that 52% of boys and … Continue reading
Olympimania has taken hold of the country. The nation is going nuts with each new British success on the rowing lake, in the velodrome and on the track. After the wall to wall coverage is over with a bit of … Continue reading
Exercise is good. We all know that to get fit and to stay fit we have to get our sack of bones moving. If we don’t move our bodies on a regular basis we risk obesity, diabetes and heart problems.
The medical publication The Lancet this week published a number of shocking statistics about how inactive we have become as a nation. One in three adults is not doing enough physical activity leading to over 5 million deaths a year. … Continue reading
Stanley Matthews was a fit man. He was still playing competitive football into his fifties and he kept himself in excellent shape. “Fitness is confidence,” he said and there are a lot of people who would agree with him.
There are eight men or women on the starting line. All of them are fantastic athletes. Each one has sacrificed everything to be there ready to compete for the gold medal. Only one will cross the line first. One person … Continue reading
On Sunday 20th May a record 40,000 runners will to take to the streets to take part in the Great Manchester Run. It is in its tenth year and whilst there will be plenty of aching muscles and sore feet … Continue reading
It was recently reported that 79% of runners suffer some sort of injury every year. Is there a better way of running that can reduce running injuries? Hence the question, is there a right and a wrong way to run?