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Inspire Fitness Christmas Party And Awards 2011

With Christmas just around the corner I would like to take this opportunity to wish a safe and Merry Christmas to all of our clients and readers of our blog.  This festive season is not without its challenges

Victoria’s Diabetes Epidemic: The Staggering Statistics

Diabetes can lead to many long-term complications such as nerve damage in the feet and eyes, cardiovascular disease, and kidney damage.  Shocking new data has revealed that diabetes has more than doubled over

Movember 2011 At Inspire Fitness: The Wrap Up

The month of Movember was dedicated by our personal trainers at Inspire Fitness to supporting the valuable cause of raising money and awareness for men’s health, specifically prostate cancer and depression

Back Pain In Outer Space!

A little known side effect for astronauts travelling to the outer reaches of space has been a high incidence of chronic low back pain upon their return to earth, or more specifically, upon their return to the

Training For Kokoda: Trekking The Kokoda Trail And Succeeding

The personal training team at Inspire Fitness would like to congratulate two of our dedicated gym members Mark and Genevieve Tobin for recently tackling and completing the challenging Kokoda Trail in Papua New

Yoga Aid Challenge: Get Active For A Cause

Greet the weekend and support a great cause with the Inspire Fitness team, as we participate in Saturday morning Yoga to raise funds through the Yoga Aid Challenge 2011.  All funds raised by the Inspire Fitness

Men’s Health: Raising Awareness Of Depression With Movember

The month of November is dedicated to increasing awareness for Men’s Health, in particular, Prostate Cancer awareness and Mental Health awareness (depression).  Each male personal trainer of Inspire Fitness

The Benefits Of Exercise For Diabetes

There is a significant amount of research available documenting the importance of structured physical activity in the prevention and management of diabetes.  Despite all of this information, just 39% of adults