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10/01

Tuscan Bean Stew

  Ingredients  Onions, peppers, mushrooms, aubergine, kale, tin of mixed beans, lentils, chopped tomatoes, vegetable stock cube, salt and pepper    Method: Place the olive oil and onion in a saucepan and fry over a low heat for 5 minutes, stirring occasionally.  Add the peppers, aubergine and mushrooms and continue to cook for 1 minute. […]

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03/01

BB Tips for setting exercise goals

  Welcome to 2021!  There is no better time to set goals than the start of the year. Below are a few Bounce Back tips to consider when setting your exercise and health related goals.    Bounce Back tip #1 When setting goals, it is important to consider your reasons behind the goals. It is […]

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21/12

Top tips for staying healthy at Christmas

  As Christmas approaches, many of us may have found our healthy habits to be slipping. The new lockdown rules and change to the ‘Christmas bubbles’ has left us all feeling a bit deflated. Exercise motivation can be a struggle and the temptation to overindulge in food and drink may have increased.  Here are a […]

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14/12

Introducing the January Class Timetable

    Strong and Fit A fast-paced workout specifically designed to improve your muscular strength and cardiovascular fitness.  Seated Fitness A seated workout to designed to improve your muscular strength and cardiovascular fitness. Beginner HIIT A 30-minute blast of cardio and strength. Have fun while getting the most out of your workout with this guided […]

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04/12

Easy Sushi Bowl

  Ingredients  Sushi rice, nori (seaweed) sheets, smoked salmon, beetroot, tomatoes, cucumber, avocado, lemon, sesame seeds, sugar, vinegar.    Method: Cook the sushi rice following. When cooked, sprinkle over the sugar and vinegar. Cover and leave aside for 5 minutes.  Divide the rice between bowls. Arrange the other ingredients on top.  Drizzle with soy sauce and sesame seeds.    Health benefits: […]

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30/11

Exercises for foot drop

  Foot drop (also known as drop foot or dropped foot) is the inability to lift the front of the foot due to weakness or paralysis of muscles and nerves that lift the foot. It is not a disease but a symptom of other medical conditions including nerve damage, muscle disorders and neurological diseases such […]

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20/11

Inspiring Stories – Peter

  Peter joined Bounce Back in May 2020 when he started following the ‘BBE YouTube videos’ and attending weekly one-to-one sessions. He has been incredibly committed and always turns up to his sessions with enthusiasm and leaves knowing he has tried his best. Like many people who are on hormone therapy, Peter experiences muscle loss […]

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12/11

Free online exercise classes for clinical groups this lockdown!

  CANCER – PARKINSON’S DISEASE – MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS – DIABETES – STROKE RECOVERY – AND MORE Sadly the last lockdown led to increased levels of inactivity. Many people experienced a loss of mobility, strength and fitness and increased weight gain and fatigue. Clinical groups who benefit from regular physical activity may have even seen a […]

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10/11

What is the Best Exercise for Cancer Patients?

  1. Snack on exercise Multiple shorter bouts of exercise may be just as beneficial as doing longer periods of exercise. Starting small can create good exercise intentions and can actually result in increased exercise uptake and long-term exercise adherence. Try breaking your exercise down into smaller chunks. 150 minutes can be broken down into 22 […]

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12/10

Welcome to the Bounce Back Exercise Autumn Newsletter!

  Dear Bouncers, I would like to say a huge well done to everyone who has been keeping up with their exercise over the past couple of months. It has not been an easy time for many of us and your commitment and dedication to your training sessions and exercise programmes has been fantastic.   […]

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08/10

Breast Cancer Awareness Month 🎀

  October is breast cancer awareness month. This is an international health campaign organised by breast cancer charities to increase awareness of the disease as well as raise funds for research and support. Bounce Back Exercise provides exercise support for people who have been diagnosed with breast cancer before, during and after treatment. This blog […]

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04/09

Exercise Tips to Improve Posture in People with Parkinson’s

  Parkinson’s disease affects the control of automatic movements. As a result, people with Parkinson’s often suffer from disturbed gait, impaired balance and decreased postural responses. It is important to try to maintain an upright posture. Poor posture can lead to an increased risk of falls, neck and back pain, a reduced range of movement […]

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09/07

A New Partnership with SimPal

  Bounce Back Exercise is delighted to announce a new partnership with SimPal – an incredible charity that provides FREE SIM cards to those living with cancer.   As the COVID-19 pandemic forced us to stay home, many of us had a glimpse of what social isolation might feel like. We were grateful to be […]

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06/07

Welcome to the Bounce Back Exercise Summer Newsletter!

  Here you will find a quick roundup of our progress and a summary of recent research surrounding our founding concept: ‘exercise is a medicine’. The past months have been, to say the least, pretty wacky! But Bounce Back has worked hard to adapt and bring exercise sessions to the comfort of your home by releasing […]

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22/06

An appearance in Herts Live News

  Herts Live launched a campaign called #IAmOpen to highlight and support local businesses as they slowly open back up.  Bounce Back Exercise are delighted to feature as part of this campaign.     Click here to read the article   […]

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18/06

Bounce Back from Muscle Weakness

  Persistent muscle weakness can be caused by a variety of different factors including a lack of exercise or lack of sleep, health conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis and Cancer and side effects of certain treatments including hormone therapy and chemotherapy. Muscle weakness can be incredibly debilitating and lead to a significantly reduced quality of […]

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10/06

Bounce Back from Fatigue

  Symptoms of fatigue includes tiredness, exhaustion and a constant lack of energy. Fatigue can be a direct result of a disease such as cancer, Parkinson’s and Multiple Sclerosis or it can be a side effect of different treatments. It can be caused by lifestyle factors such as stress, lack of sleep and lack of […]

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05/06

Welcome to Bounce Back Exercise

  I started Bounce Back Exercise after noticing that people with Cancer, Parkinson’s and MS are far too often neglected by the fitness industry. I aim to create more opportunities for people to come together and experience the benefits of exercise no matter their age, fitness, health or ability.    My goals for Bounce Back Exercise:   Create […]

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21/05

Five Tips for Exercise Motivation

  Think about the 15 minutes before you start your workout … Those crucial 15 minutes where you make the decision to get changed into your gym clothes or instead choose to sit down, relax and watch the next episode on Netflix. So often we find ourselves choosing the latter. But why is that? Why […]

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