Our sponsored tri-athlete - Martin Cain

Using your insoles I could feel the difference immediately and left me with no pain at all afterwards, so thanks for your help.

The Best Pill You Can Take!

What if there was a pill that could help you to:
manage your weight
control your blood pressure
significantly decrease your risk of heart disease
reduce high cholesterol
lower your risk of stroke
prevent colon and breast cancer
massively reduce your risk of developing diabetes
avoid the need for gallstone surgery
prevent impotence
protect against hip fracture
prevent and treat depression
lower stress levels
improve your quality of sleep
elevate your mood and sense of well-being
strengthen muscles, bones and joints
and relieve arthritis and back pain.

How much would you pay for it? Would you insist your loved ones take it too?

What is this Miracle Cure?

You may be amazed, but all of the above benefits can be obtained from
frequent health walking!

Recent research has found that these amazing benefits can be obtained from brisk walking for as little as 30 minutes a day, and the most benefit is obtained from doing 7 hours per week. For instance, walking can give you 20% reduction in risk of getting breast cancer, 30% less chance of getting heart disease, 50% less chance of diabetes and you live longer, healthier and happier into old age!

Brisk walking is defined as 34 miles per hour or 1520 minutes per mile. Or a purposeful walk for most people.

Now you know the secret of the miracle pill isn't it time you started taking it?

Runright Stepfree Clinic is here to help you enjoy walking painfree.
Please phone 01326 565 565 for a helpful advice sheet or drop in to the clinic to pick one
up.

We are located right next to 'Outback Trading' in Helston which probably has the largest range of 'fitness walking' shoes and boots in Cornwall.

If you are not participating in frequent exercise already then always start slowly to avoid injury!
Please check with your GP first if you have a pre-existing condition or are over 40 years of age.

First in a series of News Editorials on the 'Benefits of Walking'.

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