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[Interview with Liverpool FC Women’s Physical Performance Coach] Two simple routines to kickstart your fitness plan!

As the Official Principal Partner of Liverpool FC, AXA has invited Danielle Williams, the Physical Performance Coach of Liverpool FC Women, to share her insights into having exercise as part of a daily routine. In Danielle’s eyes, keep exercising is not hard at all. With perseverance and dedication, women can be fearless of the challenges and become a better self!

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[Interview with Liverpool FC Women’s Physical Performance Coach] How to be fearless despite challenges and become a better self!

The fact that women football is gradually recognised by the public, is due not only to the hard work of the female players, but also all the women serving in various positions outside the pitch. As the Official Principal Partner of Liverpool FC, AXA is honoured to invite Danielle Williams, the Physical Performance Coach of Liverpool FC Women, to share about the challenges she faced in her football career.

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Protect your spine while tending to your baby!

Back pain is a common ailment among mothers during pregnancy to childbirth. It often continues after giving birth as a result of frequent carrying, bathing, changing diapers, and breastfeeding the baby. Unfortunately, the pain may persist or worsen due to incorrect postures while caring for the newborn, potentially leading to long-term discomfort in the lower back and even spinal injuries in severe cases.

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Avoiding the Pink Killer: 5 lifestyle habits to adopt!

Breast cancer, nicknamed the Pink Killer, is one of the most prevalent malignant tumours affecting women on a global scale. According to estimates from the Hong Kong Cancer Registry, 1 in every 14 Hong Kong women faces the possibility of developing breast cancer before reaching the age of 75. Delving deeper into these stark statistics, what factors contribute to making them a high-risk group?

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Protect your spine while tending to your baby!

Back pain is a common ailment among mothers during pregnancy to childbirth. It often continues after giving birth as a result of frequent carrying, bathing, changing diapers, and breastfeeding the baby. Unfortunately, the pain may persist or worsen due to incorrect postures while caring for the newborn, potentially leading to long-term discomfort in the lower back and even spinal injuries in severe cases.