Obesity Part 4
This is, I promise, my last blog on this subject for the time being. It takes the form of a…Read more
Obesity Part 3.
The causes of obesity In my last Blog I briefly discussed genetics and diet as causes of obesity – but…Read more
Evidence Part 2
A big apology The last blog which you will have received was “Evidence Part 1” on 1st July – with…Read more
Evidence Part 1
Over the past few months I have taken you through some of the important and, I hope, interesting facts about…Read more
And how fit are we?
How Fit is the General Population? ‘Any casual observer can tell at a glance I’m not the person I think…Read more
How much exercise do we really take?
Illustration The graph shows the declared level of physical activity as a percentage of the DoH recommended level against increasing…Read more
Pedometers are very popular among those wishing to maintain and track their exercise levels. They are used mainly for two…Read more
Very sorry to be a day late with this post – I did not wish to interrupt your enjoyment of…Read more
FITT is the acronym for defining the characteristics of exercise. I talk a lot about the F (Frequency), the I…Read more
The London Busmen Study
Exercise in disease prevention: This time I am telling you about one of the landmark studies to investigate the…Read more
Types of exercise
In my last Blog I described the FITT principles of exercise – Frequency, Intensity, Time (duration), T the Type of…Read more
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