Sunday 15th May 2016: 6 weeks to go!! Whether this is your first, or you are a seasoned veteran pounding the roads and taking in Sydney CBD’s finest sights of the SMH Half Marathon, preparation is the key! Here a few top tips that all runners need to be considering as you approach the Start […]
As the Ski season is approaching here is a great exercise we do in the Pilates Studio to help you prepare for the snow… Pilates, a method of exercise that specializes in core strength, flexibility, balance and control, is especially well-suited for ski workouts.
Winter is creeping closer and staying fit and healthy can become more of a challenge!! The dark, cold mornings and red sniffly noses can make those training goals just seem a little further out of reach….. One way to stay a little motivated is to pick an exercise goal or event and then set a […]
As the soccer/football season ramps up locally, those of you with an old, recurrent or new hamstring injury will be asking………When am I safe to play? You no longer need to be unsure. The latest technology which objectively measures when you are ready to resume full training and take the field again, as used by […]
Office workers are the new endurance athlete. Sounds strange but I think we need to start treating these workers like athletes. Just like we get a myriad of overuse injuries with endurance sports such as marathon running, Ironman, Cycling etc, sitting at a desk for 8-10 hours a day comes with a whole laundry list […]
Developed by Gray Cook in the United States, the functional movement screen (FMS) was created to help standardise movement assessment. With the FMS we can derive objective measures to assess injury risk in performance activities. The FMS looks at 7 fundamental movements such as squatting, inline lunge, straight leg raise as well as rotary stability […]