Written by: Sonja Cornes (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) In Australia, 1.4 million people are living with diabetes, with approximately 87% of people diagnosed with Type II Diabetes. Developing diabetes is
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: 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
Measuring blood pressure is a routine test for our client review and screening process with all Exercise Physiology clients and gym members at Inspire Fitness. We do this health check routinely because in Australia,
A recent 2019 study has shown exposure to BPA has been shown to increase your risk of Type 2 Diabetes.
Written by; Sebastian Mann (Bach. Ex. Sci) Hypertension is caused when there is an increase in pressure within our blood vessels which is often caused by factors such as decreased cardiovascular conditioning
Written by; Leiden Dye (3rd year Bach App Sci -Exercise and Sports Science at RMIT) When looking to improve heart health people often think that aerobic (cardiovascular) exercise is the best way to
Cancer is one of the leading causes of death and disability in Australia, with most of us knowing someone close to us who has been affected by the disease. Traditionally, people undergoing treatment for cancer