Experience the Healing Power of Deep Tissue Massage: Discover Its Surprising Benefits
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7M ago
Are you tired of the daily grind taking a toll on your body and overall well-being? It’s time to unlock the hidden benefits of deep tissue massage and discover how it can transform your life. Deep tissue massage is not just a luxurious treat; it’s a powerful therapeutic technique that can address a wide range of physical and mental health concerns. From relieving chronic pain and reducing stress to improving flexibility and promoting better sleep, this form of massage therapy offers a myriad of benefits that go beyond relaxation.    In this blog post, we will delve into the science b ..read more
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Is CBD the Ultimate Food Supplement?
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by jogblog
3y ago
About the author Harry Wilson is the Head of the Digital Marketing Department at Globex Outreach. He helps clients grow their online businesses and occasionally writes blogs to share his experience with other professionals. Is CBD the Ultimate Food Supplement? There are so many food supplements on the market and most are there for good reason. They’re a great way to enhance a balanced diet and get more goodness into your system. There’s one interesting up and coming product: CBD. Derived from hemp, this may not seem to naturally fit as a food supplement but that’s exactly what it is. More t ..read more
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How vegans can get vitamins in their daily diet
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by jogblog
3y ago
With effective planning and a good understanding of what makes up a healthy, balanced vegan diet, you can often get all the vitamins and minerals your body needs to be healthy without having to rely on daily supplements. On the other hand if you have a busy schedule or find it hard to plan a properly balanced diet you could be missing out on essential nutrients your body needs. Vegans in particular need to ensure they get enough iron, calcium and vitamin B12. What are the main things we need for a balanced diet? Iron This is a mineral that plays an integral role in the production of red bl ..read more
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The Things I do for Juneathon: Circuits
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by jogblog
5y ago
Photo credit: PureGym It’s still Juneathon, so I needed to find a class for this week. The only class that fitted in with other stuff this week was circuits and even that wasn’t ideal as I do yoga on a Wednesday morning (yes, I enjoyed it that much I’ve been back every week since, unlike Zumba, which I will never ever ever be doing again) which meant being in the gym for about sixteen hours (okay, two hours). But, it’s Juneathon and I’m a) hardcore; and, more importantly, b) not a slacker and so I signed up for the circuits class and luckily it had stopped thundering and lightninging by the t ..read more
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The things I do for Juneathon: Zumba
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by jogblog
5y ago
I have always said I’d never, ever do Zumba. I mean, look at it – it involves dancing, in public, sober: what the fuck? But I’d nosed at a class that was going on in the gym while I was on the crosstrainer the other week and it didn’t look *that* bad, so I thought I’d give it a go in the spirit of all things Juneathon. I fucking hated it. ‘Hate’ is possibly a bit strong but by 11:03 I’d started to check my watch and the class only started at 11:00. By 11:30 I said to the woman next to me I wanted to go home and she said the instructor wouldn’t mind if I left but I said I’d stick it out. Alth ..read more
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The things I do for Juneathon: Yoga
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by jogblog
5y ago
Juneathon 2019 It’s the thirteenth year of Juneathon and each ‘athon I usually set myself a challenge within a challenge. This Juneathon I set myself the challenge of trying a new gym class each week. Today’s class was yoga. I’ve toyed with the idea of trying yoga for a while now because: a) I’m getting creaky in my old age and I read yoga is good for flexibility; b) for months now I’ve been under the impression sleep is something that happens to other people and I read yoga is good for sleep; and c) everyone on the telly who says they do yoga is thin (although I am aware that most people on ..read more
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Stuff I’ve had done to my house (so far)
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by jogblog
5y ago
If you read my blog in the olden days, back in 2006, you’ll know all about my traumatic experience with B&Q when they did my bathroom. The experience was so traumatic I couldn’t even step into a B&Q for about ten years, let alone buy anything from them and, if friends bought anything from them, I felt deeply betrayed. It put me off home improvements for life. Thirteen years on, however, feeling slightly less traumatised and living in a house that needs an overhaul top to bottom, I’ve been brave and allowed various tradesmen (and woman) to come in and pretty my house up for me. So ..read more
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Getting Back to Running After an Injury
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by jogblog
5y ago
If you’re a keen runner, few things are more frustrating than getting an injury. Sadly, it’s an all-too-common problem for joggers. The feet and knees are particularly vulnerable, and something like a fractured metatarsal or strained ligament can put you out of action for weeks. It’s certainly not ideal when you’re training for a big event! Getting back to running – the stress-free, simple way Rest is vital. Admittedly, it’s hard to rest when you’ve still got to carry on with everyday life; whether that’s taking the kids to school or walking to work each day. But put your feet up as ofte ..read more
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Dating for the over 40s
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by jogblog
5y ago
Dating in your 40s isn’t the same as dating in your teens or 20s. In some ways it’s a lot easier (who’d want to be a teenager again, going through all that hassle with boys? Aieeeee) and in some ways it’s more difficult. I’m not exactly an expert on dating in my 40s (or in any other decade, to be honest) but here’s a few thoughts on mature dating: It’s more difficult to meet someone on a general day-to-day basis As a teenage girl, boys were everywhere. Teenage girls do not have trouble attracting boys, as we might as well be made of magnet and boys of iron filings. Boys and girls meet ju ..read more
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Camping & Me
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by jogblog
5y ago
I’m sure I must have camped when I was a kid but, apart from one sleeping-outside occasion when I was about seven which – due to my young and tender age – must have been a planned event and not an accident, I can’t remember camping at all under the age of 22 when I attended my first festival. Thinking about it now, my lack of camping experiences as a child must have in part had my mother to blame as, although I was on holiday with her somewhere when the above sleeping outside (is it camping if you’re just in someone’s garden?) took place but she wasn’t also sleeping outside but had packe ..read more
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