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
Over the past 20 years, the many benefits of strength training for health, function and in the treatment (and prevention) of chronic diseases has been widely researched within the scientific community. Unfortunately,
Written by; Zach Perversi (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) A common belief held by runners is that the only way to improve running performance is to spend countless grueling hours running around a track or
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
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
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