Strength training is a vital component to improve your health, accelerate fat loss and reduce the risk of many chronic diseases. Strength training is also important for improving function for your activities
Are you getting enough Vitamin D? You could be putting yourself at a higher risk of many health conditions should your levels of Vitamin D be low. Vitamin D deficiency is one of the most common and simple signs
This article will examine caffeine and some of the potential benefits on exercise and training performance. Please keep in mind that this article is not recommending you consume excessive amounts of caffeine
Written by Nathan Switkowski, Osteopath at Osteopathy on Canterbury Lower back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems that is experienced in Australia. It can be defined as acute (lasting up
Your ‘Food is Medicine’ was a concept originally attributed to the founder of modern medicine – Hippocrates. Ironically today very few in the medical community have a deep understanding of nutrition.
Written by; Isabella Peters (Bach Ex Sci) (Master ExPhys current) If you are a runner you will understand there is nothing worse than an injury. Injuries lead to interruptions to your training, potentially
Your liver is the largest internal organ of your body. Its major function is to filter blood coming from the digestive tract before passing it to the rest of the body. As such, the liver plays a role in detoxification,
During squatting do you struggle to get your hips below parallel? Are your heels raising off the ground during a squat? These common dysfunctions in movement can both be a sign of a lack of ankle mobility.