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Blood pressure check at the GP is for stroke prevention.
The ideal blood pressure is 120/80
Exercise raises blood pressure so make sure you understand your before you participate in any exercise program what your blood pressure reading is and if concerned or in doubt discuss with your Gp before embarking on an exercise program.Make sure you keep a record and remember that blood pressure is symptomless.
Here before any exerices prescription is given a full health assessment is applied
Being clear in your instructions and your advice, which you deliver with compassion and honesty, has helped me feel confident and hopeful
An excellent training session and no problem with my back- I can’t believe it! Thank you.
You never asked my to do anything you did not believe I could accomplish.
I never knew how much mental preparation could benefit until I trained with you. I now know that if I can do it in my head I can do it on the arena floor – with a lot of practise of course, Amazing
Discovering Just Call Me Reg has made such a difference to my life – and my family’s too. We were at our wit’s end when my husband was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s, but Jane’s practical advice has made it possible to see a much more positive future.
No one training session has ever been the same. This has been the only exercise session I have stuck too. Thank you for adjusting them when I am not on top form or on top of my game- Love it
Training my wife until Alzheimer’s disease really took hold of her, really helped her and supported me. Now I am 87 and 15 minutes gentle and appropriate exercise before my massage has helped me feel better. Has lifted my spirits and got the juices flowing. My back is better too now you have showed me what exercise to do at home to open up the joint.
I am 88 years old, tried to move the sofa in my flat and hurt myself, thanks for gently manipulating me and putting me back together
A Massive part of my Childhood success- Thank you
A thoughtful series of books, written by someone who understands Alzheimer’s.