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03.01.2018
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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The past 12 months was a huge learning curve for us at No Regrets, as we covered a wide range of topics in great detail often about things that had always confused us in the past. In my own personal case I really got to know a lot more about the complex nature of working with shoulder and neck injuries, as I had to deal with my own shoulder injury, which I did very successfully treating on my own using information shared in our articles. You will find a lot of the stuff we share in our regular content with videos, newsletters and articles we learned on ourselves first. I knew a lot about shoulders before, but I know 100 times more now, just like I know a stack about ACL tears after going through that in 2016! The articles shared here are a combination of book smarts and us putting into practice with ourselves and real clients to find solutions to problems faced by many people today.

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01.01.2018
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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Last year we created a cool digital calendar that you can instantly download and print at home, and we had so much feedback that it was a good idea to keep you on track for the year we created one for 2018. Last year was more about exercise so this year we tried to make it a much more rounded out calendar and in order of trying to knock off the most important goals first. Using this calendar is a great way to remind you to get back on track with all the key elements needed with a successful health and fitness regime.

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20.12.2017
Category: 2014
Written by: Nick Jack
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We all know that exercise promotes adaptation, whether it is added muscle or improved fitness, we know that with enough training we improve. But it is not only the training that makes us improve and adapt. Good nutrition and adequate rest and recovery are equally as important, for without these two important ingredients there is no chance for the body to repair the damage created from training. This is a fundamental rule that is broken by the ignorant and enthusiastic person, or "gym junkie" as they are commonly known, who believes more training is all you need. The fact you are reading this article already says you are more educated than most and recognize the value in finding ways to improve your recovery so you can get back to quality training as fast as possible. There is many things you can use to help you, and like training there is no "one size fits all" or a particular method that is best for everyone. There is only the best way for you. I find if you use multiple methods you give yourself a better chance of succeeding. So if one method is not right for you don't worry about it and move on to the next. Okay so let's get into it.

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