“Attitude Prime” was founded and brought into existence in 2010 by Dr.Gladson a “Sports Physiotherapist” and a staunch visionary to spread the word of hope that “Exercise is Medicine”.
Dr. Gladson Johnson is a practicing “Sports & Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist” for past 12 years. An active Bare Foot Marathoner and Triathlete from past 5 years.
For wellness enthusiasts, the season of running is just about to start. Now is the time to start training and registering for any of the many marathons that are conducted in Bangalore and New Delhi. What a better way to beat the heat than with a little huffing and puffing! With the number of wellness converts increasing at a steady rate, day by day, it is time you joined in too, don’t you think?
While we all know the benefits of cycling, very few make the effort to pursue it. Dr Gladson Johnson makes a convincing case.
(Deccan Herald Sep 15, 2012)
Cycling is the new buzz in the town of fitness. It is really encouraging to see many get involved in this eco-friendly fitness activity day by day.
There is no joy like attempting the ground with your bare feet, but it can take up to a year to get physically fit to run without shoes, advises Dr Gladson Johnson.
Outdoor sports have taken on a new avatar over the past few years and are slowly gaining momentum through various forms like cycling, swimming, hiking, rock climbing, trekking, etc.
There is no time like the present to get started on a workout regime, especially if you are pregnant, advises Dr Gladson Johnson
Pregnancy is an event in a woman’s life that comes wrapped in joy and excitement. Which is why it is all the more important to stay healthy during the nine months.
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Knee pain requires not just a well-structured work-out routine, but a consistent exercise regime to keep you off pain and increase functionality, advises Dr Gladson Johnson
Human personality is diverse. The entire beauty of humanity solely lays its diversity. Human traits are also diverse in nature . That is why when it comes to health and healthy living what applies to one might not apply to the other. It could be walking combined with pranayama which works well for Mr. Inder who underwent a bypass surgery 6 months ago and recovering from it. It could be yogasana combined with weight training which works well for Mrs.Malini who had survived a breast removal followed by a breast cancer diagnosis.
Hi Friends, the most often asked question to me is, “What is the best exercise?”. A question which I am now very used to. A few days back I gave it a serious thought as I was preparing for a workshop, and this known “Question” unwounded in a different dimension to me. I felt that I need to share it to you all.