Exercise

26 03, 2018

Are you Doing Enough Physical activity?

By | March 26th, 2018|Exercise, Exercise Physiology, Lifestyle and Change, Physical Activity|Comments Off on Are you Doing Enough Physical activity?

Accumulate 150+ min of Moderate Intensity or 75+ min of Vigorous intensity Physical activity per week This is where the Australian national physical activity guidelines start to have some substance! Previously we explored how doing something is better than doing nothing and how we need to be consistent and aim for daily physical activity – but [...]

27 02, 2018

Be active on most, if not all days of the week

By | February 27th, 2018|Exercise, Lifestyle and Change, Physical Activity|Comments Off on Be active on most, if not all days of the week

Be active on most, if not all days of the week - Consistency is the key! Why should you exercise daily? Exercise and physical activity are far more effective when repeated regularly – especially when you consider what happens to your physiology during and after exercise! Did you know? You continue to experience health benefits [...]

4 01, 2018

New Year, New Resolution. Really?

By | January 4th, 2018|Exercise, Lifestyle and Change, Physical Activity|Comments Off on New Year, New Resolution. Really?

As we welcome in a new year we begin to reflect on our lives and think about the improvements we can make to the year ahead. Many of us have resolutions around health and fitness that are just blanket statements like “I want to lose weight” or “I want to get fit”. Both of these [...]

20 06, 2017

Bone Builders

By | June 20th, 2017|Bone Mineral Density, Exercise, Exercise Physiology, Osteoporosis / Osteopaenia, Physical Activity|Comments Off on Bone Builders

Bones are incredible! People have 206 bones (give or take) in our body which are perfectly placed to create the structure for our upright movement patterns. We often take for granted this incredible system of muscles using bones like levers to create movement. But, if you imagine your bones to be just hard, calcified, “sticks” [...]

4 05, 2017

Who’s your match?

By | May 4th, 2017|Australia, Exercise, Exercise Physiology, Physical Activity|Comments Off on Who’s your match?

Getting to know your expert of exercise is the focus of Exercise Right Week 2017! So, who’s your match? In a world full of instant information access and an overwhelming torrent of “fitspo” on social media, it’s hard to decipher fact from fiction. Ringing alarm bells is the complete lack of personalised exercise prescription. YOU, [...]

14 02, 2017

Life. Are you in it?

By | February 14th, 2017|Australia, Exercise, Exercise Physiology, Physical Activity, Sedentary behaviour|0 Comments

Can you believe that it has been more than 40 years since the ‘Life. Be in it.’ campaign began? The concept started in 1975 when that all familiar Aussie, Norm, graced our television sets. The campaign encouraged the every-day Aussie to ‘live more of your life’ by being more active. This campaign was so successful [...]

12 01, 2017

5 ways to get the most out of your gym membership

By | January 12th, 2017|Exercise, Lifestyle and Change, Physical Activity|0 Comments

We all know that the gym industry make a fortune from people who pay for a membership, and then don’t go. On top of that, people feel guilty for not investing in their health so they don’t cancel their memberships! If you are one of these people, read on for 5 ways to get the most [...]

13 11, 2016

The Black and White of Exercise

By | November 13th, 2016|Exercise, Exercise Physiology, Lifestyle and Change, Physical Activity|1 Comment

While we all know that exercise is important for good health, there is still a misunderstanding in our boarder community about what exercise ACTUALLY is. Generally, we all see exercise as running, going to bootcamps or the gym. If we want to lose weight, it has to be the "no pain, no gain" mentality or [...]

20 07, 2016

10 Benefits of Exercise Physiology

By | July 20th, 2016|Australia, Exercise, Exercise Physiology, Lifestyle and Change, Osteoporosis / Osteopaenia, Physical Activity|0 Comments

Working with an Exercise Physiologist will change your life Although many people have heard of, and understand, the word physiology, few people have heard of or even know of, an Exercise Physiologist (EP).  If you have, it is typically associated with people who have severe illness.  EPs are highly educated health professionals who use exercise [...]

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