Exercise and the Brain

Article by Amy Ross Exercise and the Brain – mental wellness, performance and cognition To all the studious young minds out there… this one’s for you! It’s now fairly well accepted that the positive effects of exercise for your physical health are undeniable....

The Relationship Between Sleep and Exercise

Article by Issy Rondoni Sleep… we all know we need it, but a very small percentage of us actually get the recommended amount. Having a good sleep pattern is just as important as eating, drinking and breathing. Sleep is the foundation of good health and well-being no...

Joint Hypermobility – Exercise Recommendations

Article by Issy Rondoni  What is it, and Who’s at Risk? Being hypermobile is when your joints move in excess of their normal range of movement. By repeatedly pushing past “normal” range, the joint gets micro traumas which can lead to a more serious injury, like joint...

Another A+ for Exercise in Teens

Article by Josh Cowan (Clinical Masters in Exercise Physiology Prac student) A common question we all ask ourselves is “Why should I exercise?”. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), the average teenager needs to perform 60 minutes, or two bouts of 30...

Five Exercise Myths for the Over 50’s

Article by Jessica Darmago, AEP Regular exercise is important for all ages, however there are many people who are not completing the recommended 30 mins of daily activity, and it is even more important for people aged 50+. There are many misconceptions about exercise,...