03 Dec

How to Train Effectively During the Off Season

Make the most of your off-season icon The off season can go one of two ways. You might train hard, physically and mentally to better yourself for the next year, or you might completely stop all exercise and dig yourself a hole. Here’s out top tips to make the most of your off-season and come […]

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11 Aug

Tradies National Health Month

It’s August, which means it’s Tradies National Health Monthh! Trade occupations hold a high level of risk due to the physically demanding nature of the work and dangerous environment in which they take place, with tradies accounting for 3 in 5 workplace injuries. It is important to remember that your health and wellbeing is the […]

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13 May

Let’s talk about shin splints

icon Medial tibial stress syndrome, more commonly known as shin splints, is a common complaint, particularly among those who are involved in running or running based sports. Shin splints are characterised by pain along the front or side of the shin, and can be a huge burden. Common causes Common causes of shin splints normally […]

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01 Apr

Poor posture and how to fix it

So you have poor posture.. what can you do? icon Day to day life impacts your posture more than you think. Sitting at a desk for work, slouching in front of the TV or at a computer all impact our posture on a daily basis. We always notice other people’s posture, but are less likely […]

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25 Feb

Tournament preparation

How to prepare for a big event and avoid injury icon Have you trained hard for more than half the year only to wind up with a niggling injury only a few days out from your big event? You are not alone and this is not uncommon. As we prepare our bodies to perform at […]

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29 Jan

Exercise in the heat

icon Exercise is hard, but with the soaring temperatures of summer, it is often harder. Exercising in the heat can put your body under extra stress. Both exercise itself, as well as the air temperature and humidity can increase your body’s core temperature. Consequently, your body sends more blood to circulate the skin, leaving less […]

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11 Dec

Top New Years resolutions and tips for sticking to them!

Health and fitness New Years resolutions and how to stick to them! icon Is your New Year’s resolution to start going to the gym or get fit? This is pretty common, but often people find it hard to stick too. Follow our tips and exercise your way to a healthier version of yourself in 2019! […]

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04 Dec

Physio tips for surviving a long haul flight

icon It’s well a truly holiday season, with many people getting ready to jet off over the Christmas holidays. Enduring long haul flights are often the worst part of a holiday, so we thought we would put together our top tips for keeping your body in good condition during long haul flights. Before your flight […]

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13 Nov

Do you sit at a desk all day?

icon A large percentage of the population works at a desk, and although this may seem like a job that won’t be too taxing on your body, it can actually cause many physical problems. Problems that can commonly occur in those who work at a desk all day include low back pain, neck pain and […]

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15 Oct

What is delayed onset muscle soreness?

icon What is it? Delayed onset muscle soreness, often referred to as ‘DOMS’ can be simply described as muscle pain related to exercise. It often occurs following excessive exercise, and presents as a dull, aching pain in a muscle or muscle group (that you would have targeted or used in a training session), generally between […]

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