Pregnancy and Exercise

Pregnancy and Exercise

Once upon a time, pregnant women were told to rest. It was believed that physical activity could be harmful to the mother and unborn baby. We now know this to be untrue, in fact we now recommend the opposite! We know that regular exercise and physical activity is not...
Time to Get Moving!

Time to Get Moving!

The recommended amount of exercise per week sits at 150 minutes, or 20 minutes per day as a minimum. Sadly, less than 50% of Australian adults reach this recommendation, placing a tremendous strain on the healthcare system. It is estimated that each year, over 1...
To Train or Not to Train…

To Train or Not to Train…

To train, or not to train… that is the question! Often when people suffer an injury they immediately think they should rest and give up exercise until fully recovered. However, this is actually not the case. In fact, this is the perfect time to focus on other...
Postpartum Exercise

Postpartum Exercise

Starting exercise after child birth might be a scary thought, especially with so much mis-information found online. Despite this, exercise is one of the best things you can do for your body after giving birth. Before we get into the benefits of exercise, let’s...

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