What should our maximum heart rate be during exercise?

You have your runners on, your FitBit is charged, but now what?   Determining an optimal heart rate […]

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Running Myth #5: Switching to forefoot strike and running barefoot or in minimalist shoes reduces your injury risk

Reference: http://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/running-myth-5-switching-forefoot-strike-running-barefoot-minimalist-shoes-reduces-injury-risk/ Written by:  James Alexander (@JamesAlexander)

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Running Myth #4: Running is bad for your knees

Reference: http://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/running-myth-4-running-bad-knees/ Written by: James Alexander (@JamesAlenxander)

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Running Myth #3: Wearing the wrong shoe type for your foot causes injury

Reference: http://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/running-myth-3-wearing-wrong-shoe-type-foot-causes-injury/ Written by: James Alexander (@JamesAlexander)

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Running Myth #2: Not stretching enough causes injury

Reference: http://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/running-myth-2-not-stretching-enough-causes-injury/ Written by James Alexander (@JamesAlexander)

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Running Myth #1: High repetition strength training is needed to improve running performance

Reference: http://semrc.blogs.latrobe.edu.au/running-myth-high-repetition-strength-training-needed-improve-running-performance/ Written by James Alexander (@JamesAlexander)  

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Why Lifting Weights Can Be So Potent for Aging Well

Written by Gretchen Reynolds (New York Times) People who discovered that they enjoyed and felt capable of completing […]

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Can exercise reverse the ageing process

Written by:  By Stephen Harridge & Norman LazarusKing’s College London While many in their 80s and 90s may […]

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5 reasons why dancing is good for your health

Read the full article here: https://edition.cnn.com/2017/06/08/health/health-benefits-of-dancing/index.html

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How can I start becoming more active with pain? 

When people have pain, it can be easy to slip into thinking about “how pain limits my activity”.  These […]

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Does ice or heat help for pain, swelling, or inflammation after soft tissue injuries?

When our children bumped their heads we used to reflexively put ice on their bumps for 2-3 minutes just to […]

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Hamstring Injuries and hamstring exercises

Hamstring Injuries Did you know that hamstring injuries are among the most common non-contact injuries in sports such […]

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The health benefits of Golf

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The importance of upper body conditioning in Dance

Build It Up – Emma Sulley, Dance Physiotherapist at Body Logic talks about the importance of upper body […]

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Strengthen hamstring muscles through correct exercise

Consider the following factors when deciding on your hamstring exercise program: 1. What was the action at the […]

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5 Tips for recreational cyclists

Leon Vogels is a post-grad Sport Physiotherapist at Body Logic and also holds the title for Physiotherapist to […]

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Sports medicine experts MOVE on with evidence-based advice

Is prolonged rest best for an acute injury or musculoskeletal problem? Experts now say, the KEY to recovery […]

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Back Pain in Sport Infographic

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ACL Performance Enhancement

Mick Hughes discusses the cost of sports injuries. “The economic cost to the public health system was $265 […]

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ACL Injury – Rehab Without Surgery

Learn about the alternatives to surgical reconstruction.

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ACL Injury prevention – Better than cure

Mick Hughes discusses ACL injury prevention: “I cover ACL injuries quite a bit in my blogs, and the […]

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Hamstring Injury – Latest Programs

Learn more about hamstring rehab protocol for football players.

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Tendon Pain – Myth Busters

Professor Jill Cook discusses common tendinopathy myths on Karen Litzy’s ‘Healthy Wealthy and Smart’ Podcast site. This episode with Dr. Jill Cook […]

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Training Load

Chris Perkins discusses Injury Prevention in AFL. “With hamstring and groin injuries being the 2nd most common injuries […]

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Knee and Netball

Netball Australia discusses knee injuries in netball players. Knees and ankles are the most commonly injured body parts […]

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Soccer – Injury Prevention

FIFA 11+ is an effective injury prevention program developed by FIFA. Designed as a complete warm-up, it can be done in […]

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