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Is HIIT training effective?

June 3, 2022

Health, Injuries, Personal Training, Uncategorized

What is the deal with HIIT training? Is it as good for you as we might think? Is HIIT training effective?  I’ll go into all this in this article and hopefully I can make sense of some questions you might have.  There is a higher risk of injury with HIIT training than with something slower […]

Injuries, Personal Training

Best exercises to do.

March 11, 2022

I often get asked what the best exercises to do are. So I decided to list 5 exercises that I swear by. These exercises and variations of them are a staple in my own and my clients strength routines.These  5 exercises are golden because You don’t need to have equipment. They require very little space. […]

Taking your bone health seriously.

February 24, 2022

Health, Injuries

As I’m writing this I’m just over 30 years old and I have hit my bone mass peak. I have only taken my bone health seriously for a couple of years now. Are you taking your bone health seriously? I’m writing about this quite specific topic,  bone health because it needs to be highlighted. Bone […]

Health, Injuries, Personal Training

Strength training for runners

December 30, 2021

I know that many of you are runners or are thinking about picking up running. Ill will talk about why strength training for runners in my opinion is a non negotiable.  I love running and I do encourage it if someone truly wants to give it a go. Running should be paired with strength work. […]

Do’s and don’ts exercising with back pain

December 9, 2021

Health, Injuries, Personal Training, Uncategorized

I will go over do’s and don’ts exercising with back pain. There are so many people who have lower back pain. In fact  it’s the leading cause for activity limitation and work absence throughout most of the world. According to WHO there are several studies done on the impact lower back pain has on us. […]

Health, Injuries, Motivation, Personal Training

Physical Independent

November 18, 2021

Do you feel physical independent? The ability to feel and be capable of facing the physical challenges life throws our way is the real reason behind our training or so it should be. With time it’s common that our bodies have signs of wear and tear that comes for living and aging. Sometimes we don’t […]

My story on building a resilient body.

September 30, 2021

Health, Injuries, Personal Training

Though It could be a good idea to share my own history with injuries/niggles. I will try and keep it short. How it started My background is in contemporary dance. I was always the one that had the foot on the pedal a bit too much. My first injury/niggle came when I was 15. Though […]

Injuries, Personal Training

Personal Training

How to manage longterm Injury.

August 6, 2021

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 […]

Ellen Dyverfeldt

Top 3 tips to a more resilient body body.

July 22, 2021

Health, Injuries, Personal Training

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 […]

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 […]