Health and Wellbeing

The Perils and Dangers of Sedentary Behaviour; and the Power of Exercise Intervention

Written by: Abhishek Behl (Accredited Exercise Scientist) In today’s fast-paced world, sedentary behaviour has become a crisis for public health in Australia. Sedentary behaviour can be defined as ‘activities

The Effects of Statin Medication on the Development of Tendinopathy

Written by: Brendan Rigby (Accredited Exercise Physiologist Statin medications have become a commonly prescribed treatment for individuals with high cholesterol levels and those at risk of cardiovascular diseases.

High-Velocity Resistance Training Improves Executive Function in Mobility-Limited Older Adults

Written by: Brendan Rigby (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) As we age, maintaining both physical and cognitive function becomes increasingly important for our overall well-being and quality of life. Among the

The Mind-Body Connection: How Exercise Boosts Mental Well-being

Written by: Brendan Rigby (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) In a world where stress, anxiety, and mental health issues are on the rise, the quest for effective solutions is more critical than ever. While therapy,

The Benefits of Exercise for Adults aged 40-60 Years

  Written by: Niki Holding (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) As individuals enter their 40s, 50s and 60s, certain health concerns become more relevant due to the natural aging process and importantly many

Top 5 Benefits of Strength Training for Older Adults

Written by: Brendan Rigby (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Strength training provides numerous benefits for older adults that can greatly improve your overall health, fitness, and the quality of your life.