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Shoes to beat the January blues

Posted by Remo Hungerbühler on

Shoes to beat the January blues

Shoes say so much about who we are and how we are feeling. Like a good or bad hair day, they can be a defining factor of our daily life.

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Knee exercises for everyone

Posted by Sebastian Gomoll on

Knee exercises for everyone

Karl Müller, the man who revolutionised the shoe industry has developed a set of simple exercises which can help you quickly and sustainably relieve your knee pain.

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Sit less and stand more

Posted by Sebastian Gomoll on

Sit less and stand more

Sit less and stand more - Medical research has been suggesting for some time that sitting all day at work is bad for our health. As a result, more and more people are looking to standing as the solution.

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Twenty million Britons 'physically inactive'

Posted by Sebastian Gomoll on

Twenty million Britons 'physically inactive'

Twenty million Britons 'physically inactive' - Research from the World Health Organization (WHO) indicates that in countries such as the UK and USA, the number of inactive people has risen to a staggering 37%.

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The Importance of Posture

Posted by Sebastian Gomoll on

The Importance of Posture

What exactly IS posture? When I was a young girl we were taught “shoulders back, tummy in” and a lady NEVER looked down when descending stairs. We learnt to walk with a book on our heads. I am sure many of you remember similar lessons. Good, or ideal, posture is when there is a state of muscular and skeletal balance which protects the body against injury AND/OR the progressive development of irregularities. More on that in a bit. Faulty posture is when we sit or stand or move in such a way that we create a faulty relationship between various...

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