Written by: Nick Agius (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Everyone is aware of how they feel after experiencing a poor night’s sleep. The following day is plagued by lethargy and brain fog, resulting in reduced
Our Award-Winning Gym, Exercise Physiologists and Personal Trainers provide a high level of support and individual attention so you reach your fitness, lifestyle and weight loss goals FASTER and SAFELY. The Inspire Fitness gym team comprise of Exercise Physiologists, Exercise Scientists, and Personal Trainers with 30 years of university study and over 50 years of personal training experience.
Written by: Nathaniel Christoforou (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) The traditional method of treating an injury has been to apply an ice pack immediately to reduce the swelling. Is this treatment of muscular
Written by; Nathaniel Christoforou (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) The latest Inspire Fitness education webinar was delivered recently on the topic of ‘Longevity: The Science of ageing’. This presentation
In support of helping people with Cerebral Palsy to live better lives, this year Inspire Fitness Accredited Exercise Physiologists Eleni Frossynos and Isabella Peters are participating in the STEPtember Challenge.
Written by: Nick Agius (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) There are many reasons why people will first decide to join a gym. Some people set the goal to increase strength, improve cardiovascular fitness,
COVID restrictions and lock-downs have led to a variety of health challenges for people in our community. Among many things, this period has led to weight gain, mental health challenges, lethargy and loss of
Written by: Nick Agius (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) The physiological make up of the human body allows for extremely complex movement capability and diversity. To allow the body to live up to these
Exercise and Physical Activity is important for kids to maintain their physical and emotional wellbeing. This health message is especially relevant during COVID19 whereby structured sport and incidental exercise