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.
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
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
The link between gut health and your general health and wellbeing has been well established in the scientific literature. Gut microorganisms have shown to play a vital role in a wide range of human diseases including
What is Posture? Essentially, it is the relative arrangement of the segments of your body, with minimal work being done by the muscles and bones to hold a position. Good posture is protective against injury and
Your total body weight is made up of many elements; including water, fat, muscle, bone and connective tissue (i.e. ligaments and tendons). When you weigh yourself traditionally on scales, it is difficult to get
Written by: Nick Agius (Bach Sport and Exercise Science) Autophagy (“ah-TAH-fah-gee”) is the ‘self-eating’ process the body undergoes at times of stress, but why would you want your body to eat itself?