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How to manage longterm Injury.

August 6, 2021

Injuries, Personal Training

What kind of long term injuries am I talking about? Well really it can be any kind of injury that you have been dealing with for a longer period of time. Often it is caused by repetitive movements such as static positions like sitting down too much. Or dynamic movements like running. Most of the […]

Health, Injuries, Personal Training

Ellen Dyverfeldt

Top 3 tips to a more resilient body body.

July 22, 2021

People are becoming more and more health aware.  I also see frustration in how people feel about how their body performs on a daily basis. To have a sore lower back or a knee that gets stiff and painful after long bots form sitting can be disheartening. I’m on a mission to help people get […]

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Alcohols effect on our body.

July 8, 2021

Food, Health

Probably not the most exciting topic, Alcohols effect on our body. But something I think is underestimated. Like most things most people know they could do with reducing alcohol intake. Because we know it’s not good for us in loose terms we might not put as much weight behind it as we do with our diet […]

Health, Injuries, Personal Training

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Is work affecting your health?

June 24, 2021

Work affecting your health should not be the case but it’s the reality for many people.  I work with people in high pressure and stressful jobs where time is in constant shortage and often under a lot of stress that can wear you down.  Prioritising your health It’s not that easy when work traditions and […]


How to minimise Injury at work.

June 10, 2021

Health, Injuries, Personal Training

How to minimise injury at work due to sitting down too much has been a fascination if not even a frustration of mine for quite some time. I see it often with my 1:1 clients, they have  back, neck, shoulder and knee pain. I also see tight hips and painful knees. These are areas where […]


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How to train with an Injury?

May 27, 2021

First of all, what do I mean by an injury? An injury can be major or minor. A broken leg is a major injury and aching lower back is a minor injury. Most injuries are repaired by strengthening the affected and connected areas. Of course if you have a broken leg you will start with rest […]

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What should a good training plan do?

May 14, 2021

Personal Training

Hm so where to start? Let’s start with some basics that any training plan should do for you regardless what your goals are and what level you are at.  A training plan should be realistic and achievable:  Very generic and probably something you’ve heard many times before but it’s true. Regardless if you are injured […]

Motivation, Personal Training


The stress of not knowing.

April 30, 2021

Are you working long hours, managing people, making decisions, putting out fires, etc? Sometimes the last thing you want to do is figuring out what to do for your training session. Perhaps you find the stress of not knowing frustrating. Also its never nice to feel unproductive, specially if your time is tight as it […]


What do you train for?

April 16, 2021

Motivation, Personal Training

What I train for. Actually I saw a instagram post about this question and I thought it was an excellent one. I get extremely grumpy, restless when I don’t exercise. I notice that my productivity and drive gets much lower when I am not able to train. However I have quite recently (in the last […]


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Exercise effect on our brain.

April 1, 2021

We often tend to focus on what effect exercise has on our fitness and aesthetics. But how often do we consider what effect exercise has on our brain? Not very often. In my experience to focus on aesthetics when exercising won’t keep you running long term. It’s often not a strong enough reason to keep […]