5 Tips For Setting Up Your Office

Neck and back strains are common with people in a sedentary job. We tend to sit for longer than our bodies are designed for. Some simple tips will help you set your office up, with an aim to reduce the likelihood of this occurring. Your ideal office chair will be a three lever chair. You…

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How Can You Attend to Beat It Program?

Referrals to Accredited Exercise Physiologists under Medicare Who can be referred? Patients who have both a GP Management Plan (GPMP) and Team Care Arrangements (TCAs) have access to allied health individual services on the Medicare Benefits Schedule. Patients with a GPMP and type 2 diabetes can also access Medicare rebates for up to eight (8)…

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Beat It: The physical activity program that YOU can do!

The ‘BEAT IT’ program is designed for those with Diabetes or at risk of diabetes. Although it’s not exclusive, most people will find benefit in attending these group sessions for their overall health. BEAT IT is an innovative, tailored exercise and lifestyle management program designed to assist those with or at risk of diabetes or…

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How Should You Run? Slow Motion Running Technique

At Fit Clinic we have three types of runners come in for running and gait retraining… 1. Runners wanting to improve technique, 2. People learning to run, or, 3. Runners with some form of injury aiming to overcome it. We then provide corrective exercises for the specific problem, focusing on improved movement patterns. One common…

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Why Use a Deadlift?

The ‘Deadlift’ or variations of can be used in a number of reasons…. For weightlifting, bodybuilding or even lower back rehabilitation. When completing a Deadlift, aim to hitch from the hips and maintain a neutral back throughout. Your hips will hitch back slightly as you maintain a slight bend in your knee throughout the movement,…

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