Raynauds Disease and Fitness

The inspiration for this post is a lovely twitter friend who has recently been diagnosed with Raynauds Disease. The following information is taken from the NHS Choices website Raynaud’s disease is a common condition that affects the blood supply to certain parts of the body, usually the fingers and toes. You may have heard of […]

Gaining Benefits, Preventing Injuries- Exercise During Cancer Treatment

The stress of a cancer diagnosis and the symptoms of both cancer and treatment can make personal fitness an afterthought or worse. Though this was accepted and even encouraged by doctors in the past, it is now known that physical fitness has an important role to play in cancer treatment

Inclusive Cycling – Caroline’s story

I am Caroline Waugh aged 45, a Sheffielder, a single Mum, a Cyclist, a Health Champion, a Survivor of a Traumatic Brain Injury, a wanna be writer (I love writing). I love creating opportunities for myself and others, regularly keeping a blog at iaintnotomato.blogspot.com  I live with the effects of my Traumatic Brain Injury and embrace […]