exercise physiology

An Exercise Physiologists Guide to Lung Health

2019-11-21T10:53:04+10:00

An Exercise Physiologists Guide to Lung Health You already know exercise is good for you – you know it improves your fitness, your sleep and your mood, and trims your waistline... but did you know exercise  also keeps your lungs healthy? We don’t often consider the critical role [...]

An Exercise Physiologists Guide to Lung Health2019-11-21T10:53:04+10:00

Improving cancer survival and recovery with exercise

2019-10-23T14:06:38+10:00

Improving cancer survival and recovery with exercise Everyone knows that exercise is good for us - but what if you're a cancer patient? If you are undergoing or recovering from cancer treatment, you might think it’s important to rest, but research shows that exercise is of benefit to [...]

Improving cancer survival and recovery with exercise2019-10-23T14:06:38+10:00

The Overwhelming Benefits of Exercise for Kids

2019-10-15T15:25:54+10:00

The Overwhelming Benefits of Exercise for Kids To say that it is important for kids to exercise is an understatement... it's not important, it's critical! Their health and development depend on it. In 2011-12 a government Health Survey found that only 10% to 30% of children aged 5-17 [...]

The Overwhelming Benefits of Exercise for Kids2019-10-15T15:25:54+10:00

Recovering from the dreaded Corky

2019-09-16T15:50:43+10:00

Recovering from the dreaded Corky By Nicola Stevens What is a muscle corky? Many of us will have heard the word ‘corky’, but what actually is a corky? A corky is essentially a deep muscle bruise or 'contusion'. This sort of injury often occurs due to a direct [...]

Recovering from the dreaded Corky2019-09-16T15:50:43+10:00