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Open Water Swimming Tips You Need To Learn Now

Open Water Swimming Tips You Need To Learn Now

Monday, December 09, 2019

Whether you’re training for a triathlon or you simply love to swim out in open waters, this type of swimming is extremely different than what you might be used to in the pool. Varying weather conditions, murky water, and the physically demanding challenges of open water swimming calls for a whole new way of training. Read more

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Bike Seat Height for Optimal Comfort and Performance

Bike Seat Height for Optimal Comfort and Performance

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Bike seat height is important to get right for comfort, for cycling efficiency and performance, and to avoid injuries. It can take a little time, but you can do it at home as you don’t need much equipment or experience to make a seat post adjustment. Don’t forget that factors like saddle setback, cleat position, crank length and even padding, can affect the optimal cycling seat height. Read more

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Is Your Computer Giving You Tension Neck Syndrome?

Is Your Computer Giving You Tension Neck Syndrome?

Wednesday, November 27, 2019

As we continue through the 21st century, our lives are lived more and more on our devices like mobile phones, tablets, laptops and the list goes on. Read more

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9 Tips To Promote Better Mental Health

9 Tips To Promote Better Mental Health

Tuesday, November 19, 2019

Mental health is a hot topic these days, but that hasn’t always been the case. Many people put more importance on their physical health as opposed to their mental health but we’re learning now that they should both be equally prioritised.  Read more

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Common Wrist Injuries In Tennis Players

Common Wrist Injuries In Tennis Players

Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Each tennis player has a unique style: just watch Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal! But chances are, they’ve both had problems with their wrists as it’s common for players to have at least one tennis wrist injury during their career.  Read more

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Concussion in AFL: Subsequent Injury and Rehabilitation

Concussion in AFL: Subsequent Injury and Rehabilitation

Monday, November 11, 2019

Concussions are a hot topic at the moment. We know that the incidence of concussion has been increasing, but this may be because we are better equipped to detect and diagnose concussions versus an actual increase in incidence.  Read more

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Epilepsy Awareness Month 2019 | Understanding Epilepsy

Epilepsy Awareness Month 2019 | Understanding Epilepsy

Thursday, November 07, 2019

Although you’ve probably heard of epilepsy, understanding epilepsy is likely a different story. Unfortunately, epilepsy is relatively common and in honor of Epilepsy Awareness Month taking place every November, we’re exploring what you might not know about the condition. Read more

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Is There A Way To Help My Chronic Shoulder Instability?

Is There A Way To Help My Chronic Shoulder Instability?

Tuesday, October 29, 2019

When the structures surrounding your shoulder aren’t working properly to hold the ball in the socket, this means you suffer from shoulder instability. Read more

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8 Exercises That Will Transform Your Surfing This Summer

8 Exercises That Will Transform Your Surfing This Summer

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Having the fitness, strength, speed & power to commit to bigger manoeuvres, and recover quicker from each wave should be every surfer’s goal. Read more

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ITB Syndrome | Runners Knee

ITB Syndrome | Runners Knee

Tuesday, October 22, 2019

ITB syndrome, or runner’s knee, (previously called ITB friction syndrome) will give you pain on the outside of the knee. Our physiotherapists frequently diagnose and treat this condition based on your individual history, goals and some manual tests.  Read more

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