Do you grunt, groan, and ratchet yourself to a standing position as you get out of bed in the morning? Then, after stretching and moving around for a few minutes, do you feel the achiness and stiffness abate (at least some of it)? There’s a reason for this…
Not looking forward to another night of poor sleep? We don’t blame you. It’s no secret that insomnia can take a huge toll on your health. But contrary to popular belief, poor sleep isn't something you should have to live with. So how do we fix this?
Did you know, popular ‘readily available’ gluten free foods can be nutritionally lacking, often filled with sweeteners, rice and maize flour and leaving people susceptible to vitamin and mineral deficiencies? Our friend James Jensen shares his top 3 gluten free tips here.
One of the most commonly frustrated types of women we see in our clinic are those who are approaching menopause. This period of time is called perimenopause. It’s a tricky time for women, with a lot of change occurring in your body without you actually changing anything. You’re eating well, exercising, getting eight hours of sleep, but the weight just jumps on without your permission. Unfair, I know. So why does this happen?
Daily exercise provides stress relief, increases your self-confidence, and may even help prevent other serious diseases including heart disease. Brent Goriss, Head of Performance at the JCU Townsville Fire shares a quick 30-minute super set workout session with JCU Townsville Fire Guard, Steph Reid to help keep you in shape.
Are you a runner looking to improve your flexibility and relieve soreness? Check out our 4 top yoga poses for runners by yoga teacher (and our Marketing Manager), Pennie Burke.
Have you been wondering how to start running? If you’re a new runner, and not sure where to start, these five running tips for beginners can help you reach your running goal.
Even though we're now half way through the year, it's not too late for a new start! Get started with our five steps and downloadable 2021-22 goals planner.
Let's talk you through the top three reasons you should consider adding prenatal workouts into your weekly regime while you’re pregnant.