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
Written by: Tom Eaton (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Knee replacements, also known as total knee arthroplasty, are increasingly common surgical interventions for individuals with severe knee osteoarthritis
Written by: Dr Tom Eaton (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Over the past few years, an increasing number of professional golfers have incorporated strength training into their programs to improve their
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.
As you age, it becomes increasingly important to maintain your physical health and wellbeing. One of the most important ingredients to maintaining your physical and mental health is through regular strength training.
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: 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
Written by; Beth Tobin (Bach Ex.Sci – Current) Including rest periods between your weight training sets is one of the training variables you must change to trigger a varied physiological change within your