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Winter Exercise

Winter Exercise

Winter is my favourite time of year on the Gold Coast, crisp mornings that turn into blue sky days. This time of year provides great weather to head out for a run or hike without feeling like you just stepped out of the sauna. However, the shorter days can prove a...

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How to kick-start your running year (again) . . .

How to kick-start your running year (again) . . .

It goes without saying that recent times have thrown up their share of challenges for runners. Altered work conditions, home schooling, events cancelled - it has been a time of huge change for all Australians.  Running is more than a sport, it is a lifestyle, an...

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Aerobic Flush recovery session

Aerobic Flush recovery session

What is an aerobic flush recovery session? On the days in between intense physical activity and training it is extremely common to become physically and mentally fatigued. With sports coming back and athletes ready to give it there absolute best and kick the year off...

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Injury prevention with return to sport

Injury prevention with return to sport

Injury Prevention Post COVID Now that local sports are coming back there is the expectation that some teams will be playing multiple games in the same week. It is known that a large spike in activity places players at increased risk of injury. Here are a few tips to...

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I have a strong core, why do I have back pain?

I have a strong core, why do I have back pain?

The prevalence of chronic lower back pain has increased more than 100% in the last decade and continue’s to increase dramatically in the ageing population. For many years the claim that “strengthening your core muscles” and performing exercises that promote “core...

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Tips to keep you active while your sport is on hold

Tips to keep you active while your sport is on hold

We often see an increase in injuries when there is a spike in activity- pre season or returning to sport after a holiday are good examples of this. With all sporting league and activities currently on hold, it is important to try and maintain your fitness as much as...

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Important information about novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

Important information about novel coronavirus (COVID-19)

COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire Are you feeling unwell with symptoms such as fever, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath? Have you had close contact* with someone who has a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19)? *Face-to-face contact for more than 15 minutes,...

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Surviving Arthritis during COVID-19

Surviving Arthritis during COVID-19

SO you're over 55, got an arthritic joint and you're at a higher risk of problems associated with COVID-19, self isolating and/or limited outdoor time Managing Osteoarthritic (OA) joints can become a little difficult especially when a large part of the management of...

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PHYSIOLOGIC’S BEST WAYS TO EXERCISE DURING COVID 19

PHYSIOLOGIC’S BEST WAYS TO EXERCISE DURING COVID 19

EXERCISE and WELL BEING - an absolute must in this time of uncertainty. Staying home will see your freedom and your physical and mental capacity challenged in the coming weeks/months. We have spent some time looking at some of the best ways to keep active whilst COVID...

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