Military Massage - Staying Fit to Fight

Posted on: 28 October 2016

A 'Tab' (Tactical Advance into Battle) is a style of military training that requires men and women of the Australian Defence Force (ADF) to both walk and run whilst carrying a weighted rucksack, and often a rifle. This type of training, whilst fantastic for strength and cardiovascular fitness, can really take a toll on the body because of the demanding off-balanced loads that are carried over difficult terrain. Because of this, it's not uncommon for muscle imbalances to form, particularly in the lumbar region of the back and legs resulting in muscles that become tense and sore.
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Guide On Choosing Pallbearers For Your Loved One's Funeral

Posted on: 27 October 2016

If you're planning a funeral service for a departed loved-one, one aspect that you will need to consider are the pall bearers who will carry the deceased's coffin from the hearse into funeral venue and out again after the service for transport to the burial ground or crematorium.  But how do you decide who to invite to carry out this important task?  Here's some helpful advice. Who to choose as a pallbearer
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Counselling for people in an arranged marriage

Posted on: 27 October 2016

Many long and happy marriages have started as arranged marriages, with the participants growing to love each other over time. Relationship counselling can be a great tool to help married couples resolve any issues that they are struggling to resolve as a couple.  Here are some of the topics that can be discussed in relationship counselling that may be particularly relevant for arranged marriages.  The role of each family of origin in your new family
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Why Should You See a Sports Podiatrist Before Marathon Training?

Posted on: 4 October 2016

If your running and fitness routine has expanded to marathons, then you already know you want to protect your legs and feet. You can handle this on your own, but you may be overlooking specific areas that could be prone to injury during your training. In order to avoid this issue, you should consider seeing a sports podiatrist. If you have never been to one before, here are some reasons that you should, especially prior to marathon training.
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