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New Insights into Exercising for the Body & the Mind

by Melanie Tri

Do you know someone with a mental health disorder? Chances are that you do, with one in five Australians aged 16 to 85 experiencing a mental illness in any year.
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Injury Prevention Strategies

by Melanie Tri

Participating in sport is a great way to keep fit, socialise and reduce health risks associated with being sedentary. And while there is no way to guarantee that you will not get injured playing sport, there are ways you can decrease that risk.
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Snowsports

by Dr Donald Kuah

The Australian domestic ski season is quickly approaching, and like most sports, preparation is the key. The difference is that unlike many other sports, many participate in snowsports who are generally unfit, sedentary, or only participate in the sport once or twice a year.
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Get “Deskercising”

by Henry Jones

Chances are you are sitting in front of a computer reading this blog, in between replying to mountains of emails and wondering where all the paper on your desk appeared from. “Exercise?” you think. “Who has time?” Well, believe it or not, there are quick and effective ways to get yourself moving and never leave your desk.
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Exercise is good for your health, but are you really getting enough?

by Malena Hall

We all have been told by health professionals, social media, and more than likely by our mums, that ‘exercise is good for your health’, but do we really understand the importance of it?
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Physical activity: The cheapest poly-pill on the market

by Dr Donald Kuah and Dr Brandi Cole

This article has been published in Medicine Today, a peer-reviewed journal for doctors.
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Physical inactivity is a major modifiable cause of disease burden world wide, yet 60% of Australians don’t meet the recommended guidelines for physical activity. It’s a commonly known fact that obesity is a risk factor for death and disease, however what most people don’t realise is that being unfit can actually lead to a greater risk of death than being fat.
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