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hardcore and for unsuspecting summer tourists. The hills are just too steep for anyone but the nutty. However, as electric bikes become more popular they may start to be seen around Dartmouth. They would certainly help with the car parking problem! We also have martial arts clubs, a well supported


athletics club and probably a few others too that I haven`t mentioned. Doing something active is really important in later


years because keeping fit and healthy doesn`t become easier as you age. A gradual decline in muscle mass and aerobic capacity means that your metabolic rate slows and you therefore burn less calories simply being alive. A retired man requires less calories than a young busy chap, even if the older guy is fairly active. Any increase is your waist measurement is to be


railed against for as long as you are able. The best way to check for this increase is to keep an old favourite pair of trousers from when you felt you were the right size. If they are getting tighter, don`t blame the trou- sers. Unfortunately, they are not magically shrinking, you are gaining a few pounds. Time to take action! You may have heard of BMI, actually it was never


really designed to measure individual people so don`t worry about it. The new simple method to see if you are overweight is as follows: if your waist measures more than half your height then you are too big around the middle and probably elsewhere too.


What to do about your increasing waistline? There`s no need to diet crazily but instead drink a bit less alcohol, cut down on sugar and NO fizzy drinks ever. Go easy on take-aways, processed foods and treats. Eat more fruit and veg, keep moving, find an active hobby that you enjoy. One last thing: American MASH surgeons operating


on very slim German soldiers and larger American combatants during WW2, found that the slimmer Germans recovered from their wounds quicker than the bigger Americans. The surgeons decided it could only be explained by them having less body fat. Maybe worth bearing that in mind next time you pop another cork at wine o`clock! Good health and enjoy your sport.


Harry Fenton Personal Trainer for the over 40s


Exercise at home or outdoors. Dietary advice and motivation. Training programmes for novice athletes.


Tel: 01803 770752


DARTMOUTH PHYSIOTHERAPY & SPORTS


INJURIES CLINIC


KEVIN MATTHEWS Treatments and advice for:


MCSP I.I.S.T SRP F.A.Dip


Frozen Shoulder ● Sciatica ● Rotator Cuff Problems ● Sprained Ligaments ● Tendonitis ● Strained Muscles ● Tension ● Scar Tissue ● Overuse injuries ● Stress ● Gait Problems ● Muscle bruising ● Back Problems


Appointments at


Weekdays 6pm - 8 pm at Dartmouth Golf & Country Club 9am - 1 pm Tuesdays & 9am - 5 pm Thursdays at Airheads (formerly The Forces Tavern) Plus home visits available.


07974 399648


2014 Commonwealth Games Physio Member of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, The International Institute


of Sports Therapists and The Health Professions Council HPC No:- PH76151 Official 2012 Olympics &


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