About Clare Harding

     

I have been a personal trainer for 14 years.

Before that I was an opera singer and a singing teacher. The one constant question I have been asking is, 'What is stopping me and others from achieving our goals?' Before it was singing and now it is excellent, pain-free physical movement - and excellent physique.

Over the years I have found increasingly effective answers to this question. My work lives at the cutting edge of what is available in the UK. And so for those who are also asking themselves 'What's stopping me, and why does NOTHING seem to permanently improve things? Surely there is more to life than this?' I can offer unique, personal solutions out of the trap.

Qualifications: Chek Nutrition & Lifestyle Coach Level 2, Chek Practitioner Level I & 2, Poliquin™ Performance Trainer I & 2, Poliquin™ BioSignature Practitioner, REPS Level 3, Sports Massage & Therapy Level 3, Z-Health Master Trainer, R-I-S-T Phase, Spirit and Sustenance, Strenght and Structure Trainer, Call me : (+44) 0 1279 816430

 

Good posture – the four fundamentals.

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We are designed to stand up straight – with excellent posture; stand tall, scan the horizon and try to spot tonight’s dinner; then lope into action to catch it.  There are four fundamental parts of the old brain involved in standing up effortlessly tall: two help us bend forwards and two bend us backwards, so…
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First there were four and now there are five lobes of the brain – a key component in weight loss and getting healthier.

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The Insular Lobe of the brain is a recent discovery; because it is tucked away beneath the Parietal and Temporal lobes, it was largely ignored until we developed the MRI scanner.  And then neuroscientists found that, no matter what they were searching for, the most active part of the brain was always this Insular lobe…
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Ten possible causes of insomnia.

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When we fall asleep at night, we are designed to stay asleep until the next morning, when we should wake refreshed and ready for the next day’s action.  Small noises and sensations should not wake us up and neither should pain nor the desire to wee.  Part of our brain stem, called the Reticular Formation,…
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