The concept of health for most people includes having a healthy body weight: and being fit and strong. Our holistic Exercise Physiology approach to health means we assess and value other components to
Written By: Alex Allegro (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) It is well documented in the scientific literature that exercise and diet are the two primary drivers of weight loss for most of the world’s population.
Written by: Nick Agius (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) Everyone is aware of how they feel after experiencing a poor night’s sleep. The following day is plagued by lethargy and brain fog, resulting in reduced
Few people understand the importance of sleep as a factor in achieving exercise and training goals. Most people focus on exercise strategy and nutrition to achieve their optimal health; while they ignore the
Elite athletes like those at the Geelong Football Club are committed to good sleeping habits – because they know that a good nights sleep is the key to success. Elite athletes can often operate like
Sleeping is crucial to your ongoing health management. It is vital for a number of repair and restorative processes that occur within your body, all of which are critical to ensure your optimal health. With our
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?
Today’s post has been written by guest blogger Treisha Marle, who has some quick tips for promoting sleep with appropriate nutrition. Eating can be one of the best parts of our everyday life! Who wouldn’t