For a lot of Australians, January sparks a ‘New Year, New You’ theme that sees a flurry of people flocking to gyms and hiring personal trainers to help them with their new year’s resolutions. Beyond this initial new year uptake, we tend to see trends that shine throughout the year in the health and fitness…
The Body Mass Index has been the go-to way of measuring health for years now. Now, we’re starting to have some questions about its validity.
Have you ever noticed how music can affect your mood? Tunes have the power to alter our subconscious which can be a great tool for personal trainers.
Altitude training refers to an athlete spending time exercising at either a certain altitude or in a similar simulated environment.
Giving the brain proper rest and relaxation is just as important – if not more – as any other muscle in your body. Check out our tips on how to do this!
Everyone is guilty of having that voice inside their head encouraging them to skip a workout – but what if we changed what the voice was saying?
It seems like there are always new food fads being discovered that will “make or break” our diets. But what’s real and how can we think smarter about food?
Allied Health Assistants are currently in demand across Australia. What are the various career paths for you to go down? Read on to find out.
It’s well known that exercise can help people physically, but the brain can also benefit. Read on to find out how physical activity could grow the mind.
The start of the year is the perfect time to change your career direction. What are the top health and fitness careers for 2017? Read on to find out.