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What is Magnesium? Magnesium (Mg) is a natural chemical compound that the body uses for nutrients. What does Magnesium do? Magnesium helps to regulate biological processes in the body such as blood glucose and blood pressure levels. It is required to breakdown...read more
Around 25% of Australian’s suffer from back pain on any day with up to 80% experiencing back pain each year. There are four areas that can get sore in your back: joints, discs or nerve roots (the main structural areas) or the muscles. Tight /shortened muscles in the...read more
Do your ankles feel like they are preventing you from squatting deeper? Are they pinching or jamming at the front when you jump? Do they stop you from lunging? This video will show you an easy way to quickly increase your joint mobility with a resistance band to...read more
If you have back pain and you have been looking for a solution, you have probably come across form rolling. But do you know what foam rolling is and the best way to go about it? If not, this post is going to give you more insight. We don’t want you harming yourself...read more
Physiotherapy vs. myotherapy Musculoskeletal problems have become prevalent in recent years. Studies show that in America one in two adults has suffered from them. In 2015, there were reports of about $213 billion due to musculoskeletal disorders. Some of the most...read more
WHAT IS A TRIGGER POINT OR MUSCLE KNOT? Trigger points or muscle knots are a common cause of chronic pain in the back, and neck pain. One of the theories is that when we sit for too long or if we get injured, we lose flexibility and mobility. Our muscles...read more
I have Rotator Cuff Tendinopathy What do I do? What treatment evidence do I believe? Our Best Guidelines... What is Rotator cuff tendinopathy It is the breakdown of the tendons in the shoulder. There are 5 main muscles which this can happen to. Think of your...read more
Top wrist mobility drills Wrist Mobility Tips for cleans, front squats & burpees Do you get pain, pinching or stiffness in your wrist? These drills are for you! The video below shows how you can do 3 simple exercises before a 'WOD' (workout of the day) or even at...read more
Step loading periodization and will it help my training? Step Loading Periodization is a way to systematically plan training, but is it right for you? Background Periodization of your exercise programme is an effective way to systematically structure and plan your...read more
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