Fat loss is one of the major reasons that individuals take up exercise. However, traditional training methods have relied on “steady state” aerobic type exercise to no avail. Current research indicates that High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) may be more advantageous in achieving health benefits. University of NSW Associate Professor Stephen Boutcher has highlighted the […]
There was a time when science & medicine failed to acknowledge the relationship between depression and pain. On a regular basis, clients report suffering from chronic pain. Occasionally people’s pain was accompanied by a diagnosis of depression but that would make up the minority of cases I’ve come across. That’s not to say that people aren’t suffering […]
The benefits of regular, structured exercise are multifaceted. Research has shown the positive link between exercise, hippocampus (brain) size and memory.
It’s well established that being in pristine physical condition correlates positively with good health. What tends to occur is there is a large subset of the population that’s extremely active and “fit,” while the rest are relatively inactive. I’m a large proponent of focusing on the relatively inactive group and increasing their activity levels as […]