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It's that time of year when we get very busy and very merry! We find that most people are so busy they forget to look after themselves - so here...

Regular exercise is especially important for people with scleroderma because it helps manage common symptoms such as fatigue, joint pain and stiffness, and stress.   Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Stephanie Frade, lifts...

Is your energy for the festive season looking a little more ‘silent night’ than ‘jingle bells’?   Although many people view the end of year as a leisurely break, the lead up...

We’ve all heard of the term rehabilitation. But what does pre-habilitation mean?   Prehab is a proactive approach to avoiding pain and injury. Its as simple as an additional exercise, or range...

We all know exercise is great for our body and mind, but which virtues can be transferred from your workout into the real world?   The following attributes could make you a...

Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Kitty Chao, busts the myth around 'spot reduction' and questions whether sit-ups do more harm than good.   The mentality that the fitness industry has blanketed over the general population has...

Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Kitty Chao, sets the record straight on an underutilized rehabilitation practice.   *Please note, it is always important to consult an appropriate professional before engaging in any exercise, should...