π‘Έπ’–π’‚π’“π’‚π’π’•π’Šπ’π’† π‘ͺ𝒐𝒂𝒄𝒉 π‘Ίπ’†π’“π’Šπ’†π’”: π‘·π’π’‚π’π’π’Šπ’π’ˆ 𝒂𝒏𝒅 π‘·π’“π’π’…π’–π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’Šπ’•π’š

Mark (Owner, Physiotherapist, NASM Personal Trainer):

“Everybody is surprised and put on the spot (pun not intended) in some way, shape or form.
We are forced to adapt and tap into our creativity if we are willing to thrive.
In order to do so, at Movement: Physio l Fitness we are offering some additional services to help you facilitate this process of Adaptation.

𝑡𝑬𝑾 π™Žπ™šπ™§π™«π™žπ™˜π™š: π‘«π’‚π’š π‘·π’π’‚π’π’π’Šπ’π’ˆ

Failing to plan, is planning to fail. I advise all my clients and peers to start the day making a “Today” list. Put some goals on paper for today. There are many reasons as to why this is greatly beneficial to help with your productivity but I’ll focus on two of them in this post.

1. Momentum

Focus on small goals, so that resistance to it is as small as possible. The goal here is not to get massive projects done, instead we’re trying to create a snowball effect which can be started with something ridiculously small and irrelevant like doing the dishes.

π‘·π’“π’π’…π’–π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’Šπ’•π’š 𝒃𝒓𝒆𝒆𝒅𝒔 π’‘π’“π’π’…π’–π’„π’•π’Šπ’—π’Šπ’•π’š

2. Pick your battles.


You know, at which part of the day you’re at your best. The benefit of working from home is that you have much more control on your schedule. To use this to your advantage best as possible, you should consider picking your best moments of the day to spend on the biggest items on your to-day list.

If you need any help, we have some powerful and qualified coaches ready to get you going, and keep you going.

We can change some of your current sessions to planning sessions, or offer stand alone packages to help with productivity,

just reach out!

www.markchenmovement.com

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Pacer App lets you explore some of the most beautiful and iconic landscapes in the world from the comfort of your own home, gym or local area. You even get a cool medal for completing your hike!

In these series I’ll highlight, explain and review the Pacer app for the following features:

  1. Purpose and Goals
  2. User friendliness (next post)
  3. Repeat value (Yes/No) (after finishing, 4 more days!)

Purpose and Goals

The Idea behind Pacer seems to be getting people off the couch and into the world (albeit virtual) and get some exercise in as you learn about the history and scenery of the landscape of choice.

My Progress over the Inca Trail

Along the way, the Pacer app keeps track of your distance walked and if you choose to do so, you’ll also see all other hikers over the world on the route with you.

As you make it to a check point, you’ll unlock some pictures and history of the area which really adds to the feeling of exploration. Strange as it may sounds, it feels very rewarding to make it to a new checkpoint because of this!

My starting point post

As of now, I’m off to my 4th day in a row and I’ve already nailed a couple of checkpoints. I also realized some features that can make the experience a lot easier or harder depending on preference. Will share in the next post!

If you’ve become curious, you can find the Pacer App and the Virtual Challenges here:

Pacer App

Virtual Challenges

The contemporary western world’s lifestyle has long been sustained by sociocultural systems that promote habits that are unsustainable in society. For decades, this system encourages the consumption of high toxicity goods, foods, and productivity over quality of life.
We know that smoking causes cancer, fast food is linked to morbid obesity and pressure or stress in either work or life related parts of life can lead to cardiovascular disease. At the same time, more and more research indicate that lack of emotional management and mental self care habits are supporting stress, anxiety and depression. It’s more clear now than ever that unhealthy habits are deeply embedded in both work and daily life.

Did you know that one of the leading causes of low productivity and absenteeism in the workplace is poor employee wellness?
Show your employees that you care. Give your team the fitness and motivation to be happy and succeed in the workplace.

Together with our partners at The Capacity Specialists, we are working to change the game and help companies improve.

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Find more information about their services on their Website

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Acupuncture has a somewhat mysterious image and as a result I’m very used to the questions surrounding it.

In the video you’ll find an answer to the following questions:

  • What is acupuncture and how does Eastern (Asian) style compared to Western style (dry needling)
  • Is the treatment painful?
  • Is the treatment effective?
  • What should I consider and expect from treatment?
  • What kind of problems are best treated with acupuncture?

If you have any more questions about this powerful treatment method, feel free to send me a message or make an appointment for a trial session

See our new group class schedule for March 2021

All our group classes are done in a private, air-conditioned and modern personal training studio with a Qualified coach.

We pride ourselves in providing a personal touch and are have the experience to help anyone, no matter what level of fitness you’re at.

Feel free to ask us any question or concern you may have at

-017 223105

Or at our Facebook Page

IMPORTANT NOTE :

Course Launching in January 2021, First 5 Sign-ups receive 50% Discount


* Course comes with Kettlebell to use for duration of the course (Deposit required) 

* This option is only available locally 

* Program can also be followed with own equipment 

* Course needs to be completed within 1 month for certificate 

* Course content will be permanently available 

* Private sessions are available at discounted rate during course

* Kettlebell can be traded for lighter / heavier weight according to needs during program (as available)

Find the course here

Physiotherapy Treatments Explained: Ultrasound Therapy

Ultrasound therapy is a treatment used by physical therapists or occupational therapists to relieve pain and to promote tissue healing. While ultrasound therapy is not effective for all chronic pain conditions, it may help reduce your pain if you have any of the following:

Osteoarthritis
Myofascial pain
Bursitis
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Pain caused by scar tissue
Phantom limb pain
Sprains and strains