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31/03

Parkinson’s Exercise – Which exercise is best?

  Although exercise may not be a cure for Parkinson’s, it has been shown to be one of the most powerful treatments. Exercise can help people manage symptoms and side effects and research has shown it can be effective in slowing down the progression of the disease. But the question still remains as to which […]

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24/02

The Benefits of Resistance Training – Research Zone

  Resistance training commonly known as strength or weight training refers to any exercise that involves you lifting or pulling against a resistance. This includes exercises with dumbbells, resistance bands, machine weights or your body weight.   Recent research looks at the benefits of resistance exercise and aims to understand more about ways we should […]

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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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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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