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
Written by: Heidi Olynyk (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Understanding Multiple Sclerosis Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a chronic neurological disorder affecting the central nervous system causing the immune
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.
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: 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,
Written by: Niki Holding (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Diabetes is a disease which is growing across many age groups within Australia. Within the last decade the prevalence of Diabetes has increased
Written by: Matthew McQueen (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) What is Irisin? Irisin is a myokine (hormone), cleaved from the membrane protein FND5C via muscle contraction, first discovered in 2012. This hormone
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