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09
Oct
Where does physiotherapy end and Exercise physiology start?
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Vanessa Boon Introduction Our resident Exercise Physiologist, Rachael Kent, sits down with us to share her views on how physiotherapists (physios) and exercise physiologists (EPs) work together, which injuries she sees t...
06
Oct
What is anaerobic vs aerobic exercise?
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Paulina Backiel  Introduction Any type of physical training (including running) requires energy, which, in turn, requires a biological system that transforms energy into movement and/or power. By constantly running the ...
24
Sep
TOP 3 NO EQUIPMENT TOTAL BODY EXERCISES
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Vanessa Boon Are you looking for a simple, yet effective, total body workout? Look no further, because I have put together the three most effective movements so that you can get the most out of your workouts. Don’t...
07
Sep
5 tips for beginner runners
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Paulina Backiel Just starting a new running program? You might have some questions about how you can optimize your runs. Read on for my top 5 tips for beginners! If you need more assistance starting a running program, th...
31
Aug
Why do I twist when I squat?
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Nate Chan   Do you find yourself always leaning or rotating to one side when you squat? Recently, squats are gaining popularity in today’s modern society.  Yes they have an endless list of health benefits, howeve...
24
Aug
Save your knees and increase your cadence when you run
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Paulina Backiel   What is cadence? Cadence is the rate at how many steps you take per minute. For example, let’s say in 1 minute you take 65 steps with your right foot and 70 with your left foot. This equals 1...
21
Aug
How can calisthenics help a scapula injury?
By gpaadmin
By Calisthenics Coach, Nathan Leith (Maximum Potential Calisthenics)   Have you ever suffered from a chronic injury that’s held you back from consistently progressing your training? Perhaps you’ve even felt a pain in a location tha...
17
Aug
Tips for a healthier spine while WFH
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Vanessa Boon   While working at the office has its challenges, Working from Home (WFH) does not come without challenges either. We have found that most of us do not have a proper desk setup, we do not get out of the...
10
Aug
Why should I strengthen my hamstrings for running?
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Paulina Backiel   Where are our hamstrings located? The muscles that are most commonly called “the back of our thighs” are actually our hamstrings. They are 3 really strong muscles that help us walk, run, and mo...
03
Aug
3 STEPS TO NETFLIX AND CHILL WITH EASE
By gpaadmin
  By Physiotherapist, Nate Chan The What According to recent studies on average we spend 71 minutes if not more on Netflix per day. However, when we find an addictive show we all spend 2 hours, maybe 3 hours sitting down. Long and behold t...