Written by; Beth Tobin (Bach. Ex Sci- Current) In short, the answer is NO, but also YES….. Research indicates that the risk of all-cause mortality from sedentary behaviour is around 1.22 (hazard ratio),
Written by: Emily Gill (Osteopath) Osteopathy on Canterbury and Complimentary Therapies Computers and technology are currently ruling the roost in our lives. Children are using them at school, more people are
Written by: Isabella Peters- Third year Exercise and Sport Science student at Deakin University. Sitting time! Known to be one of our societies silent killers. We are constantly sitting in our car driving to
The World Health Organisation (WHO) defines physical activity as any bodily movement produced by the muscular system that requires the expenditure of energy. It has been well document within scientific literature
The London 2012 Olympic Games are well underway! Many Aussie athletes have already started their Olympic campaigns, and our first gold medal has been won on day 1 of competition! Are you enjoying the coverage?
It is well-established that regular exercise and a nutritious diet are critical to living healthy, living long, and living strong. But did you know that excessive sedentary behaviour puts you at greater risk
One of the main focuses of our training and our exercise programs at Inspire Fitness for Wellbeing is to prevent and correct poor posture and faulty biomechanics. Poor posture is caused by a number of different