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Magazine References

Jul – Aug 2021

Pg 6-7: Pivoting fitness to a healthcare option

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  2. Nuffield Health, T he new health pandemic: over 7 in 10 Britons aren’t exercising enough, a quarter of over 55s have done no exercise AT ALL since COVID-19 hit and 41% say mental health is worse:, accessed on 17 June 2021.
  3. Fulmer et al (2021), Actualizing better health and health care for older adults, Health Affairs, 40: 2.
  4. Hamilton M et al (2004), Exercise physiology versus inactivity physiology: An essential concept for understanding lipoprotein lipase regulation, Exer Sport Sci Rev., 32(4): 161-166.
  5. Bull FG et al (2020), World Health Organization 2020 guidelines on physical activity and sedentary behaviour, Br J Sports Med., 54: 1,451-62.

Pg 8-10 Yoga: A simple regeneration activity or a deeper practice?

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  7. Sri Swami Satchidananda (2012), The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali, Chapter 2, Sutra 46.

Pg 31-33 Managing the menopause

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  2. National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (2015), Menopause: diagnosis and management (NG23), plus (2017) Menopause (QS143).
  3. Moslehi N et al (2017), Current evidence on association of nutritional factors with ovarian reserve and timing of menopause: a systematic review, Adv Nutr., 597-612.
  4. Johnson et al (2019), Complementary and alternative medicine for menopause, J Evid Based Integr Med.
  5. Hazel A (2019), Hot flashes. A review of the literature on alternative and complementary treatment approaches, J Evid Based Integr. Med., 24: 2515690.
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Pg 32-33 Movement in sport: Improving co-ordination with ViPR

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Pg 28-31 How to use movement screens to plan training

  1. Monaco JT, Schoenfeld BJ (2019), A review of the current literature on the utility of the functional movement screen as a screening tool to identify athletes’ risk for injury, Strength & Conditioning Journal, Oct 1; 41(5): 17-23.
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  4. Bishop C, Read P, Chavda S, Turner A (2016), Asymmetries of the lower limb: the calculation conundrum in strength training and conditioning, Strength & Conditioning Journal, Dec 1; 38(6): 27-32.