1 Dec 2016

5 Tips To Prepare Yourself For Soft Sand Running

Soft sand running is probably my choice of exercise when it comes to cardio training, whether it’s in the form of sprints or long distance running. Apart from being an efficient way to workout, it’s free, great for the mind, provides a stunning view to accompany it, as well as a hard earned swim at the end of it! […]

4 Sep 2014

Make your back and neck pain disappear during your commute to work!

Core Exercises?! Like I have time for that!……… Sound familiar? Read on! In our ever busy lives it is hard to stop to take a breath, let alone focus on core exercises to improve your posture. But you can fit it in…it’s all about adding the little things! Your commute to and from work is […]

13 May 2011

Can You Stand On One Foot and Close Your Eyes? Proprioception Retraining

No, it’s not some bizarre party trick!  If you’ve ever sprained your ankle or had a knee injury, your Physio is likely to have made you do this at some stage during your treatment.  The reason for this is to retrain your proprioception.  So what does this mean and why is it important?

13 May 2011

Snow Sports: Pre-Season Training Part II

The cooler weather has well and truly reached us here in Sydney, winter is on its way!  If you haven’t already done so, it’s not too late to start some pre-season training for skiing or snowboarding.  Check out our previous blog for some tips on how to get started.