Written by Isabella Peters (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Breast Cancer Facts and Statistics Did You Know? 1 in 8 women in Australia will develop Breast Cancer There is a 90% survival rate however there is
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
Written by; Isabella Peters (Bach Ex Sci) (Master ExPhys current) If you are a runner you will understand there is nothing worse than an injury. Injuries lead to interruptions to your training, potentially
During squatting do you struggle to get your hips below parallel? Are your heels raising off the ground during a squat? These common dysfunctions in movement can both be a sign of a lack of ankle mobility.
Fasting is the process of restricting your calorie intake for a specific time period. In the medical literature this is known as intermittent fasting. Intermittent fasting can help your body fight off disease,
This week from 21st to 25th May is national Exercise Right Week 2018 promoting the importance of people in Australia undertaking physical activity and exercise programs designed appropriately to their own individual
This week is Exercise Right week (22nd – 28th May) which celebrates the important role that Exercise Physiologists play in the delivering of specialised exercise programs to thousands of Australians every
Written by: Sebastian Mann Bach. Exercise and Sport Science (current) What is Anterior Pelvic Tilt? Anterior Pelvic tilt (APT) is a postural condition where the orientation of the pelvis in respect to the femurs