Ankylosing spondylitis (AS) is a type of arthritis that mainly affects the spine. Although there is no known cause or cure, exercise can the helpful for managing the pain and...

Living with persistent pain can be extremely frustrating and drastically affect quality of life. Our understanding of pain is evolving, and so too is the way we approach treating pain....

Running a marathon is a huge accomplishment in itself, and taking the step up to ultra-running is a decision not to be taken lightly. We asked an exercise scientist for...

There’s no shortage of myths out there when it comes to exercise. Many have been busted, but there’s one that simply refuses to die; “squats are bad for your knees”. But...

“When can I start running after having a baby?”. It’s a question asked by many postnatal women, and the answer isn’t always a simple one. If you’re keen to get...

Endometriosis. It’s a chronic condition that affects roughly 1 in 10 Australian women or reproductive age. So, can exercise help and which movements are safe for those living with endometriosis? What...

There’s plenty of research highlighting the fact that exercise is good for your mental health. But what about those recovering from drug or alcohol addiction? We asked Accredited Exercise Physiologist,...

I firmly believe that quality strength training is an absolute must for ALL populations. This view is generally supported by anecdotal evidence and an ever-growing body of research. However, there’s...

For those living with lupus, finding the energy to exercise can be challenging. So, should you exercise or just rest? We asked an exercise physiologists if it's safe to exercise...