Exercise Physiologists for personal training clients with injuries Exercise physiologists are fantastic for personal training clients with injuries. They have a minimum 4 years’ worth of university study experience and are part of the allied health profession. They study exercise and the effects on soft tissue conditions, injuries and pain. They have a strong understandingContinue reading “The Best Personal Training for Clients with Injuries”
What is abdominal separation? Abdominal separation or diastasis recti is when your abdominal muscles have been split in the middle. This may cause a bulge within your stomach. The linea alba is the connective tissue that runs vertically through the middle of your belly, and joins your abdominal wall, keeping both bands of muscles together.Continue reading “Your #1 Guide For The Dos and Don’ts Of Abdominal Separation Exercises”
Exercising when you have an injury can be hard to get right. Often you may find that your normal gym program is making your pain worse and that you may need to stop training all together to heal. We recommend first speaking to an Exercise Physiologist about your injury and your training goals before givingContinue reading “How to Find the Right Personal Trainer When you Have an Injury”
Exercise is fantastic to physically strengthen your muscles; lose any weight you have gained and raise your energy levels. Mentally, exercise can relieve stress and help prevent postpartum depression. It is understandable as a new mother that you will have limited time to exercise. At any opportunity you get 5 minutes of exercise is better than no exercise! However, as your body has recently undergone major changes, returning to exercise can be difficult, especially as you do not want to injure yourself.