Have you just done the Sydney Marathon or Half Marathon? Did you struggle with the crazy hot conditions? If you did, you weren’t alone, with 460 runners starting but not finishing the marathon. But why does heat mess up an otherwise perfect preparation and bring undone those months of training. Read on as we outline what goes on in the heat and talk about ways to improve this next timeRead More
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High cholesterol affects millions of people worldwide and is a major risk factor for heart disease. While medications can help, making positive lifestyle changes and adding exercise to your routine can have a big impact on naturally lowering cholesterol. As a local exercise specialist, I’m here to guide you on this journey and make exercise more accessible and easier to incorporate into your life.
Don’t Let Injuries Slow You Down: Discover Your Path to Pain-Free Running Today
Whether you’re an experienced marathoner or a beginner testing your endurance, running can take a toll on your body. At Parkside Sports Physiotherapy in Engadine, we understand your passion and dedication to the sport. We also know the frustration of being sidelined by injuries. That’s why we’re here to offer you a tailored running injury recovery plan, aimed at getting you back on track, faster and stronger.Read More
Struggling to get back into exercise after having a baby? Having a baby can alter your regular routines, decrease your sleep quantity and it can be hard to take time for yourself to exercise. Exercise has many important health benefits for new Mums including; cardiovascular, strength and conditioning, and importantly psychological well-being and self-identity.
Here are 3 things we’d love you to know about about exercising after having your baby.Read More
“Shin splints” is a real problem for anyone taking part in running sports. It’s one of the top 3 running related injuries. Weirdly, the name “shin splints” is taken from a common injury in 2-year-old racehorses, where they damage the “splint bone” in their shin.
Running related shin pain in humans is usually caused by one of a few different conditions. Read on to find out what they are, how they differ and how we can help you get them under control and get back runningRead More
Stretching is a controversial subject in Sports Medicine circles. The best research evidence shows that stretching is not an effective tool to prevent running related injuries. But, it feels so good it must be doing something, right? So which stretches do we recommend for stiff, tight muscles after running sports? Read More