How To Make The Running Habit Stick

Are you a stop-start runner, getting motivated and starting a running program for 2 weeksMatt McEwan before giving up or getting injured? I know this was me for a long time. It’s been 10 years since I ran regularly, my last (and only) marathon was in an Ironman Triathlon 10 years ago. Since then I have played over 35’s soccer but never run consistently apart from that.

I’ve recently had a crack at running regularly and it seems to be sticking this time. Here’s 10 things I’ve found that helped me.

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Fun (Food) Facts for Fit Females: Part 2

We are back for Part 2 of our Female Athlete series and talking all things nutrition. Last week’sJessica Stoll blog post touched on the importance of hormones on training. This week we look at how hormones can also influence what fuel your body needs to perform at its best and bust open some diet trend myths while we’re at it.Read More

10 Week Diabetes Challenge

Have you been told you have high blood sugar? Is this something you have difficulty gettingProfile Picture of Ashleigh Hooper, Exercise Physiologist under control, even with your medications? If you’ve been diagnosed with Type 2 Diabetes, then you are eligible to take part in our 10-week diabetes challenge to improve your health.Read More

Running Strength Exercises

If you’re a runner then you may have read or seen that you should be doing some strength training to help your running. Here at Parkside Sports Physio we 100% agree with this. In this blog we’ll tell you how you can get strength gains in just 13 minutes in the comfort of your own home? And no we won’t sell you steak knives, I promise!Read More

Our New Normal!

It’s been a busy week. I’m trying not to use the phrase “Uncertain Times” or any of the “C” words, so lets just agree things are happening quickly at the moment. Here’s an update on what’s happening at Parkside as of Sunday March 29

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COVID-19 Update

Important Corona Virus Update: The safety and well-being of our clients and staff is always our priority. We are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and taking advice from reputable, official channels and taking steps to help keep our community safe.

As we all adjust to new precautions, we want to highlight a few actions we are taking at Parkside Sports Physiotherapy while we remain open for business as usualRead More