29 Nov 2017

How To Do Your ‘Ballerina’ Exercise From Pilates At Home

The ‘Ballerina’ exercise is a crowd favourite amongst our Pilates attendees as it not only challenges your balance but also improves your hip mobility, glut activation and lumbopelvic control. Although it seems quite impossible to replicate at home as many of us do not have the luxury of having a Trapeze or Wunda Chair at […]

20 Oct 2017

The Seven Best Exercises For VMO Activation: Early Knee Rehab

Vastus Medialis Oblique (VMO) is one of four quadriceps muscles. Your VMO sits medially or on the inside of your thigh. Its primary function is to extend the knee. Structure: The VMO is a muscle located in the anterior (front) compartment of the thigh. The other three muscles that make up our quadriceps are the […]

25 May 2017

Tips On How To train For A Triathlon As An Office Worker In Barangaroo

New to the Barangaroo area, and wanting to capitalise on the surroundings, I wondered how I could continue training for triathlon while working in the urban jungle of Barangaroo. Thankfully in terms of training facilities Sydney neither lacks nor fails to inspire. Where in the world could you pop out of the office and find […]

1 Sep 2016

The Hunchback Of Corporate Life

Are you a desk-jockey who feels their poor sitting posture is turning them into the resident office hunch back? I like to call this posture the “Hunchback of corporate life”, but don’t worry you are definitely not alone if you feel like this! When you sit at a desk all day in one particular position, […]

30 Jun 2016

Round Ligament Pain During Pregnancy

During pregnancy, your body is changing constantly with the joints, muscles and ligaments adjusting to the change in pressure and weight around them.  As this happens so quickly it is normal to get aches and pains around your back and hips.  It is often wise to seek out help from a health professional to manage […]

21 Aug 2015

THREE SIMPLE WAYS to Keep Your Spine Healthy at Work

How long are you sitting for before your brain triggers that you need a coffee kick or are late for a meeting, forcing you to stand up and move? Whether prolonged sitting causes you spinal pain, or even for those of you without work-related pain, the following exercises may help to reduce your level of […]

12 Apr 2015

Been Told You Have Under-Active Gluts?

We have all heard it from our Physio before; “Your gluts are under-active”. But what are these “gluts” and why do they seem so important? There are actually three Gluteal muscles: Maximus, Medius and Minimus. The Gluteus Maximus (GMx) is the largest of the three and is a major stabiliser and extender of the hip. […]

29 Jan 2015

Squatting For Life

Squats are a full-body compound exercise which means they work across multiple joints and muscles including your hips, knees and ankles, as well as the glutes, quads, and hamstrings. More importantly, they are a great functional movement we do every day of our lives whether you are in the gym, or at home picking up […]

31 Oct 2014

Top Golf Training Tips

Have you ever wondered why your golf swing is inconsistent, or why your effort on technique just isn’t equating to improvements on your scorecard? Of course, having some one to one coaching will assist you greatly in achieving improvements but I am going to outline a few things to regularly do to keep your body […]

29 Oct 2014

Quick and Effective Golf Warm Up

In golf, first contact of the day is so important for the mental game to ensure that the score card stays to a minimum. Did you know that an appropriate warm up can place your body in its optimal state to ensure an optimal tee off? Now we may all be guilty of (not so) […]