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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,...

Living a sedentary lifestyle can be dangerous to your health. It increases your chances of being overweight, developing type 2 diabetes or heart disease, and experiencing depression and anxiety. If you...

You might’ve heard the term “exercise scientist” thrown around. Maybe you’ve seen one in your gym or heard about one in the news… But do you actually know what they...

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...

The importance of sleep is often undervalued. Good sleep patterns improve your energy levels, mental health and general well-being as well as helping to protect you from illness. Sleep is...

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...