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What ‘Fit at 50’ actually means

You aren’t as fit as you used to be
Here at JT Ethos, one of our main specialties is health overhauls for men and women who dare to accept that they’ve kind of reached that middle phase of their life. Nobody likes the word “middle-aged”, but we all kind of know […]

By |July 10th, 2018|Education, Exercise, Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Rehabilitation|0 Comments
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Do you care about your chickens?

I was listening to the radio this week (click the link below to have a listen) and one of the topics being discussed was quality of chickens, its impact on our health and, more importantly, whether we actually care enough to pay for more ethically reared chickens. They were talking […]

By |January 20th, 2018|Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Nutrition, Rehabilitation|0 Comments

Welcoming the newest member at JT Ethos – Adam Spinks

Some of you may have already met our newest member of the team following the departure of Tyran.

Allow me to introduce Adam Spinks.

Adam is a recent graduate from Staffordshire University and has taken on the role of Sport Therapist/Exercise Coach. At just 21 years old, he completed a Sports Therapy […]

By |January 17th, 2018|Jim's Blog, Rehabilitation|0 Comments

Will I Ever Be Toned Again?

Every time I set out on a new phase of lifting my levels of health my mind gets filled with images of how my body will look. The lean, toned look with a narrow waist and pecs that look nothing like the dreaded ‘man-boobs’!

To be quite frank I have no […]

Posture – How it influences your health

Posture is  has become a real focal point in the health world over the past few years. I still don’t think we really appreciate just how much poor posture underpins almost all musculoskeletal injuries.
Have a look at the video and see what you think:

At JT Ethos we have placed posture […]

By |April 26th, 2017|Energy Building, Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Rehabilitation|0 Comments

The importance of flexibility

Just because it’s simple doesn’t make it worth any less.

Let me put my cards on the table at the very beginning:

Flexibility is the ONLY place to start a rehab programme that will fix the cause of the problem

Flexibility is ESSENTIAL to the proper functioning of the body

Flexibility is a KEY […]

I’ve started again

I’ve started again

As the head of a rehabilitation and wellbeing company who promote healthy living I feel quite strong responsibility to lead the way. Not only is it the right thing to do ethically, it also makes sense commercially.

Those of you who have worked with me for a while will […]

By |May 30th, 2016|Happiness, Health, Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Rehabilitation|0 Comments

A little philosophical rehabilitation

I came across the following quote this week from stoic philosopher Epictetus:

“Control what you can, cope with what you can’t and concentrate on what counts”

As with all good quotes you could think about that for many different angles and it would have meaning in a multitude of circumstances.

But I particularly […]

By |May 9th, 2016|Jim's Blog, Lifestyle, Rehabilitation|0 Comments

Mindfulness for Busy People – Part 4

In the final part of this series we will finish by giving you some information about how to use your new found mindfulness and how you can embrace it into your holistic health and fitness programme. (It goes without saying that if you don’t have a holistic health and fitness […]

Mindfulness for Busy People – Part 3

Here we follow on from parts 1 & 2 where we looked at the theory behind mindfulness, its benefits and those people who could be well suited to it – and those who probably wouldn’t be well suited.

We will give you 2 simple exercises that you can use to get […]

By |November 17th, 2015|Energy Building, Happiness, Health, Lifestyle, Rehabilitation|0 Comments