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After an interesting chat with a psychologist friend  of mines. Discussing levers and actions and implementations of the idea.
He is now off to look into a possible application in phycology of the fundamentals ie, force,effort and fulcrum. And the two of us may just come up with an interesting paper on the possibilities and treatment streams.

For example the mental condition,the triggers and treatment/counseling required.

The patient,triggers and treatment/counseling

The patient,triggers and coping mechanics

This too has aspects that directly link to health and wellbeing,fitness and social skills.

Opening up better avenues too work,personal/inter personal interactions,health and wellbeing,social perceptions,achievement and goal setting and many more benefits and improvement steams for general life and living.

Also coping with situations,triggers,actions,outcomes,personalities,conflicts and dimensions and parameters.

So if It could be simplified into three basis load (mental or physical)
Effort (treatment,triggers,problems,situations,weight (mental or physical)
Fulcrum (patient,lever,contact point,central area,contention)

The concept is mind-blowing only a 4 hour chat or so has opened up a concept of wonderous possibility.
As a father of an Autistic child and someone who has both worked and lived with varied mental conditions. I can personally see where this could be employed or introduced into the care provision and teaching for target groups.

This is something to contemplate even for people without physiological issues.
For day to day problems ect and personal goals and target setting.

I am away to type up the report from the meeting and start proper research and investigate possible avenues and uses.
Any input would be greatly appreciated and watch this space .

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I have suffered from nerve and muscular pain from am early age. Dibilitating at times stopping me from joining in with PE at school and other fun stuff.
  I was told by medical professionals to just do light exercise ie swimming,cycling and walking. And to take my meds along with a healthy diet.
  Until I met a physio therapist called John,who showed me the importance of flexibility, range of motion and strength in muscle tone. And the truth behind the benefits for my condition 8f exercise and development.
So carefully and gently I introduced running,climbing and bodyweight exercise. Playing football with my mates and learning gymnastics and dance. Before I knew it I was able to run long or short distance,flexibility was a lot better and my range of motion was excellent compared to previous.
  Now I was lucky I found the right advice at an early age. And was able to nurture my progression and pain at the same time.
  Through exercise and diet my bodies production of its natural chemicals which assist immune system,energy production,nerve and brain development and other chemical reactions that occur within our bodies systems. Was greatly improved and because of this pain management,calorie/fat conversion and many more processes were significantly better .
  The external support of physio , coaching,medical and many more. Assisted the education development, withdrawl of meds and introduction of appropriate others,increase in dietary knowledge and all aspects of life.
    Allowing me to take up sports and other activities as a teenager too joining the armed forces and becoming a qualified nurse.
  I am now 40 years old and was diagnosed with Fybromyralga at the age of 28. Finally I had understanding of my nerve and pain condition. Unfortunately the medical professional I dealt with at the time set me on the roller coaster of tests and more tests. Higher amounts of meds and more pain and discomfort,lathergy,  dipression,anger,dispare,lower drive and many more. And was informed after 5 years nothing would me done until I ended up in hospital or a wheel chair. I had went from 12 stone too over 20, suffered from continual pain/discomfort,had an asthmatic condition and was not in a good frame of m8nd or mental place.
At that point I decided to get bk on my bike literally and start swimming. Sorted my diet out,stopped smoking,comfort eating and started living. Self motivation returned and looking at my kids as they grew up my drive and determination increased.  The more weight I lost the healthier I felt the more varied exercise I took part in .
  The variety of tasks I could perform increased and within 24 months I had plumited down to under 18 stone. Lost 6 inches around my waist and  qualified as a personal trainer (fitness). And even though I am still in 24/7 pain and constant discomfort I have used my experience and knowledge to transform the mental and physical knowledge and  appierance of many clients,friends and family.
   No matter your disability or condition performing as much exercise as possible with the right informed assistance and correct diet. Supported by the right nutritional and medical advice and plans. There is no reason why better health is not achievable for all.
  It will take time, stacks of patience,support, tough love and determination.So the individual can achieve short or long term goals but I can truelly say in the long term it is deffinatly worth it.

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With my instructor/Trainer hat on today I was asked for my oppinion,on best exercises for toning and reducing stuborn belly fat.
  After many years reading,chatting and trying various theories and exercises. It still comes down to the tonning and stability of the Core muscle group.
   It has been proven time and again that the more muscle you have the more calories you burn (fat cells).
   With this and a little bit of market research you will find poor posture,back,abdominal and intercistial discomfort are all tied too excess weight in a large amount of cases.
   I have also used myself as a test bed for this theory, I have increased my body weight and reduced exercise over a few months. And in next few days will embark on an Core and Cardio exercise programme. Returning to proper diet no supliments or potions.
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Yoga,Pilates,Body Pump,Body Combat,Insanity and many more have great benifits and assist in core stability within there programmes.
    The stimulation and tonning of all layers of the core muscle group will allow you to constantly burn calories and eradicate fat stores. Assisting Stability,Agility,Strength,Posture and giving strong foundations to build on.
   This does not take great ability or a lot of dailly toil holding each exercise for as long as you can with correct form and posture 2-3 times per day. Without external weight sources. Increasing naturally as your own muscles find it easier to hold for longer.Then progressing the exercises naturally and safely.
  Doing this will give anyone a great basis to burn fat,improve shape,build and tone muscle. For better health,sport,lifestyle and general fitness.

Always consult with medical proffessional before undertaking any exercise programme or classes.

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Researchers at Granada University in Spain have come across a discovery that will undoubtedly please athletes and sports enthusiasts – a pint of beer post-workout or match is better at rehydrating the human body than water.
Professor Manuel Garzon, a member of Granada’s medical faculty, made the finding after tests on 25 students over several months. Researchers believe that it is the sugars, salts, and bubbles in a beer that may help people absorb fluids more quickly.
The subjects in the study were asked to run on a treadmill at temperatures of 104F (40C) until they were close to exhaustion. Once they had reached the point of giving up, researchers measured their hydration levels, motor skills, and concentration ability.
Half of the subjects were given two half pints of Spanish lager to drink, and the other half were given just water.
Garzon said that the rehydration effects in those who were given beer was “slightly better” than those who were given only water. He also believes that the carbon dioxide in beer helps quench thirst more quickly, and that beer’s carbohydrates replace calories lost during physical exertion.
The average person loses around 1 liter (33oz) of water for every hour of exercise in sweat. Rehydrating after a workout is crucial, as a lack of hydration is more likely to make one feel tired, fuzzyheaded, and suffer from headaches.
Based on the results of the study, researchers recommend moderate consumption of beer as a part of athletes’ diets. “Moderate consumption” for men is 500ml per day, and for women is 250ml per day.
So that explains why Babe Ruth was so good. His method of training was nearly 100 years ahead of its time.

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