Core exercises: central to fitness

Core exercises: central to fitness

  Think of your core muscles as central to physical fitness, the critical connection between your upper and lower body. No matter where motion starts, weak core muscles can impair how well your arms and legs function. A weak core reduces power, while also undermining... read more
Sitting comfortably? Time to move.

Sitting comfortably? Time to move.

  Most of us spend a high proportion of our lives sitting down, contributing to tightness in our hip flexors, leading to potential spinal problems. It’s easy for us to be consumed by work and lose track of time. For many of us this means prolonged periods of... read more
Lessons to last a lifetime

Lessons to last a lifetime

  Last week I reported on Professor Julie Byles presentation: Women’s health over the life-course and across the generations – Lessons from Australia. In addition to the big takeways I wrote about in Women’s health: insights from the past illuminating the future, the... read more

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