There are many derivatives of this myth and the simplest response to this is usually “deadlifting is not bad for your back, it is how you are deadlifting that is...

It has become a common trend over recent times for people to refer to their back as “just going” or “it just went”, but what does this actually mean? As previously...

Before we answer the question of the article let me first explain the components of the pelvis, or pelvic girdle.   The pelvic girdle is made up of the sacrum, coccyx and the...

Musculoskeletal disorders are among the most prevalent long-term illnesses, and account for more pain and disability than any other medical condition. The most commonly reported musculoskeletal complaint is Low Back...

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...

They say that there's nothing that a good walk can't fix. And when it comes to exercise, that may not be too far from the truth.   It's the oldest form of exercise...

  Neck pain is a growing problem with the infiltration of technological advances: resulting in increased incidents of neck pain and injuries and wreaking havoc to people’s quality of life.   It has been widely accepted...