Are Deep Squats Bad For The Knees?

  If you asked me when I first started as a trainer I might have had a different answer. No, knees going over the toes is not bad… Why not?   Highest compressive forces typically happen around 90 degrees knee flexion (thighs parallel to floor). This is, in part due to surface area contact between the femur…

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From The Ground UP – Fit Clinic Trailer

From The Ground UP: Taking Care Of Your Feet (Seminar Snippets) 1st July 2017 Movement starts from the ground up, so we need to take care of our feet. We taught attendees how to – Go from walking to running well in a few steps (get it?) – Learning to walk/run well. – Taking care…

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Ketones and Ketosis: What is it?

The Ketone Experiment……   For the past 12 weeks I’ve been using an exogenous Ketone supplement and we’ve since added it to our shelves at Fit Clinic. There’s only a few supplements I take and would recommend for most people. Creatine, protein (for some), amino acids, caffeine (moderately), probiotics and a select number of vitamins…

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Art And Science: Get Strong & Healthy The Fit Clinic Way

There are many health and fitness programs out there and so many ways to achieve results. In fitness there is not one right way, sometimes there are a number of roads to the same result. Although, there are some wrong or less than optimal ways. Some  methods are so confusing and complex with many hard…

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It’s Not Your Fault You Have Poor Foot Control

The problem starts at school (or even as a toddler). Every parent is well meaning but the marketing has got to them, it’s not your fault you or your child have poor foot control. After all, those pair of designer shoes look awfully cute (they often do). But are they best for my toddler, child…

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