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Meet Troy!

Meet Troy, he’s a 19 year old apprentice shop fitter who loves his job and looks forward to an exciting career. He also enjoys playing footy and big high intensity workouts at the gym. However in February Troy injured his lower back at work. This complicated injury put Troy into restricted duties at work, and…

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Living with Asthma!

Living day to day with well controlled asthma means life can go on as normal as possible with a little extra thought and planning. Many asthma triggers are common things that may be around the home, so people often ask what they can change at home, or what products might help their asthma. For others…

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Exercise Right Week : 26th-30th May!

Its National Exercise Right Week and the nation’s peak professional body for exercise and sports science, Exercise & Sports Science Australia (ESSA), has renewed calls for Australians to implement a regular physical activity regime. ESSA Executive Officer Anita Hobson-Powell said figures from the recently released Australia’s Physical Activity & Sedentary Behaviour Guidelines for Adults showed…

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Introducing Hannah Jeffs: Our Ambitious Exercise Physiologist!

Name: Hannah Jeffs Company: Safe and Healthy People Health care field: Exercise Physiology Age: 23 Interests: Travelling, Cooking, Health and Wellness. Who /what is the biggest influence in your life: Seeing people who are skilled, passionate, enterprising and selfless inspires me and pushes me to replicate these qualities in my own life Describe yourself in…

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Meet Rad Reg

This is Rad Reg Reg suffered a stroke 4 years ago and saw his GP about what he can do to help him with his daily activities. Reg loved to go to Lawn Bowls and the club twice a week to see his mates and socialise. After the stroke Reg felt unstable on his feet…

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You can increase your resistance to stress by strengthening your physical health.

  Exercise regularly. Physical activity plays a key role in reducing and preventing the effects of stress. Make time for at least 30 minutes of exercise, three times per week. Nothing beats aerobic exercise for releasing pent-up stress and tension.   Eat a healthy diet. Well-nourished bodies are better prepared to cope with stress, so…

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