Painful Injury Prevention and TreatmentPainful Injury Prevention and Treatment 1

Remember back when you were little and you listened to all of Grandma’s old sayings. I bet she mentioned that old gem that prevention is better than cure. I would have to agree with her. The best way to deal with a painful injury is to take preventative measures so you don’t have to have […]

Autumn Workouts in NewcastleAutumn Workouts in Newcastle 5

The end of Summer is a sad time for many people but the cool, crisp air of Autumn can be a great motivator to breathe new life into your workouts. Beginning work on your own exercise program now can carry you through the cooler months and avoid the Winter weight blow out. Start out slowly […]

Sweat Together, Stay Together: Active Date Ideasactive date ideas

Sometimes it’s easy to fall into the habit of forming dates around food or a movie/Netflix binge. While you might enjoy these dates, it’s important (particularly when we leave summer towards the cooler months) that it doesn’t become the go-to date idea.  While eating delicious food or treating yourself to Gold Class at the cinema […]

Tips on Finding Motivation to ExerciseTips on Finding Motivation to Exercise

Instead of force-feeding information about the countless health benefits of exercise, we want to help you discover your motivation to exercise, because this is far more effective. We all know that exercise is good. Like drinking the recommended daily water intake and eating your greens. This doesn’t mean that we all do it regularly, although […]

Linking Physical and Mental HealthLinking Physical and Mental Health 10

It’s likely that if an individual is experiencing poor mental health conditions, that they will also experience elements of poor physical health and vice versa. While this may not always be the case, generally, physical and mental health are connected and influence one another. Health has several dimensions- emotional, intellectual, physical, social and mental- each […]

What you need to know about Exercise and CancerWhat you need to know about Exercise and Cancer 12

I want you to imagine the moment that you or a loved one was diagnosed with cancer. It’s kind of surreal, isn’t it? Like a jolt to the guts, white noise in the background and suddenly everything changes in a way you can’t describe. What follows is a lot of directives. Things that must be […]

A simple guide to Exercise with DiabetesA simple guide to Exercise with Diabetes 14

A Diabetes diagnosis can be scary. There is lot’s to do and learn about your condition. There is a lot of great research to show that Type 2 Diabetes can be managed with lifestyle – diet and exercise – and best practice includes the triad of exercise, diet and medication. Our exercise physiologist Jacci he […]