Written by: Matthew McQueen (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) What is Irisin? Irisin is a myokine (hormone), cleaved from the membrane protein FND5C via muscle contraction, first discovered in 2012. This hormone
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Written by: Holly Eckert (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Have you heard your Exercise Physiologist talk about functional movement and patterns in regards to strength training? Wondering what that is all about?
Written by Alex Allegro (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Hypertension (HTN) – what is it? The common name, “high blood pressure” refers to a disease characterized by a sustained systemic elevation of
Written by: Matthew McQueen (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) The journey from being a junior athlete through to the elite levels of competition takes many hours of dedication and practice. Malcolm Gladwell
Written by: Holly Eckert (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Disability in Australia Disability is part of human diversity. There are around 4.4 million Australians who have a disability. That’s about
Written by: Alex Allegro (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Arthritis is a generalized term, pertaining to a range of conditions that impact upon the joints of your body. Common symptoms often include feelings
Written by: Conor Matthews (Exercise Scientist) The link between physical preparation within the gym environment and a positive impact on sporting performance is now well understood. The foundations of this relationship
A plant-based diet is thought to have played a significant role in human evolution. The consumption of whole plant-based foods has repeatedly been associated in the scientific literature with a decreased risk