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LISS? Have you heard of it? We're betting the majority of you haven't - essentially LISS stands for "low intensity steady state". We took some time out with Accredited Exercise Physiologist Beth Sheehan to get the low down on LISS. If you were to explain low intensity steady state or LISS to a beginner what would you say? Low intensity steady state is any form of activity or movement that requires about 50% of your maximum heart rate.  It’s generally a low impact form of activity or exercise and many people use it as a daily activity e.g. walking, swimming, bike riding,...

Reconnecting over physical activity is a great excuse to catch-up with those you may have lost touch with and ask that all important question – R U OK?   The national suicide prevention campaign R U OK? Day is a reminder for all Australians to make more time for the people in their lives who matter most and in the process help create a more connected world for all of us. Whether it's getting outdoor and active or engaging in some more creative ways to move, reconnecting over physical activity is a great excuse to catch-up with those you may have lost touch with and...