Working with Breast Cancer Patients – Pilates Fitness Article

Working with Breast Cancer Patients Polestar Educator Amy Dixon has an extensive fitness background, spanning well over 20 years and include numerous types of trainings. She also has experience working with breast cancer survivors, through classes and private sessions that help them rehabilitate and reintroduce positive movement experiences. Amy has shared with us her experiences and as well as useful insights on what to expect when dealing with cancer clients and how to make the sessions the best they can…

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Polestar Pilates Mentor highlight : Becky A’Hearne – Pilates Fitness Article

Polestar Pilates Mentor highlight : Becky A’Hearne Meet Becky A’Hearne: Mat and Comprehensive Polestar practitioner, Mentor for Polestar Pilates UK and Franklin Method®️ Spine Educator. Teaching in Cirencester, The Cotswolds, UK and Bristol, UK In your own words – describe “the Spirit of Polestar” BA: Inclusive, open minded and flexible. What Three Words come to mind when you think of “Polestar Pilates” PossibilitiesEvolvingCommunityWhat do you love about teaching Pilates and owning a Studio? Where did you take your Training and…

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Working with Breast Cancer Patients – Pilates Fitness Article

Working with Breast Cancer Patients Polestar Educator Amy Dixon has an extensive fitness background, spanning well over 20 years and include numerous types of trainings. She also has experience working with breast cancer survivors, through classes and private sessions that help them rehabilitate and reintroduce positive movement experiences. Amy has shared with us her experiences and as well as useful insights on what to expect when dealing with cancer clients and how to make the sessions the best they can…

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Nits Fitness Mantra: ALCOHOL – THE METABOLISM INHIBITOR – Fitness Article

Nits Fitness Mantra: ALCOHOL – THE METABOLISM INHIBITOR Alcohol is absorbed in the stomach and small intestines. Although it is a nutrient that provides 7 calories per gram. It must also be considered an antinutrient because of the way it inhibits the normal metabolism of vitamins, and therefore, the main energy substrates (carbohydrates, protein and fats) if consumed in excess. Most important, alcohol should not be mistaken for an essential nutrient, which it is not. It is a toxic substance…

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