Exercise and Cancer

There is growing evidence of improved survival rates associated with physically active lifestyles. Exercise plays a part in maintaining health and reducing your risk of developing chronic conditions and diseases, includi...
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PHYSIOTHERAPY AND EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY – WHAT’S THE DIFFERENCE?

Firstly, let’s understand that yes, there are certainly similarities as both have expertise in the fields of anatomy, system physiology, and in-depth understanding of human movement. The primary role of both relates to...
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CHRONIC DISEASE AND FITNESS

Chronic diseases are the leading cause of death and disability in Australia. This burden steadily increases year by year. In 2019, nearly half of all Australian adults suffered from one or more chronic disease conditions...
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Getting back into the routine

I’m sure you are all eager to step back into the gym now that they are open and I completely understand the want to return back to prior levels. However, now is the time to train SMART. Fitness and strength levels may ...
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WANT TO BUILD CONFIDENCE?

itting is the new smoking. It’s been the new fitness and lifestyle adage going around the last few years. There are mountains of evidence-based research papers informing us the danger a sedentary lifestyle poses to our...
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WHY MEN DON’T GET HELP FOR THEIR HEALTH

Most of us know a guy out there who would rather do almost anything else but visit a doctor; even if his arm was falling off. All it would take to get him ranting about how seeing the doctor regularly is over-rated is to...
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Men’s Health – Inguinal Hernia Prevention

Bracing is a major contributor to assist in preventing an inguinal hernia. Bracing refers to activating muscles that result in a strengthened abdominal wall, both anteriorly (front) and posteriorly (back). Exercise Physi...
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STEPPING BACK INTO EXERCISE POST COVID-19

Due to the lockdown, most people who have been having little to no exercise are suddenly running, jumping, squatting, lunging, twisting, rowing and injuries are literally a wrong twist or turn away. Tendinopathies and ba...
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