Wellness

How You Can Keep Your Bones Strong – And Fight Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis is a condition characterised by low bone mass and structural deterioration of bone tissue, leading to bone fragility and an increased risk of fractures,

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Understanding Constipation: Causes, Treatments, and When to Seek Help from a Colorectal Surgeon

Constipation is a common digestive issue that affects people of all ages. While occasional bouts of constipation may be harmless, persistent or severe cases can

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Why Use a Resistance Band When You Work Out?

One of the most popular pieces of equipment used in strength training for women and isn’t kettlebells or weight machines – it’s the humble resistance

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Tips for Breathing Properly During a Workout

When it comes to maximising your workout performance, whether you’re in a group fitness class at one of the top gyms in Bayside or running

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The Best Exercises to Keep Your Pelvic Floor Strong

The pelvic floor is a group of muscles that support the bladder, uterus, and rectum. Keeping these muscles strong is important for bladder and bowel

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6 Exercises for Women Starting Their Fitness Journey

Embarking on a fitness journey is an empowering step towards a healthier and stronger you! Whether you’re a beginner at home or restarting your fitness

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How Do Hormones Affect My Fitness as a Woman?

Hormonal changes are an inevitable part of a woman’s life, and while men have hormonal cycles too, ours can feel more like a rollercoaster ride!

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Is Pilates Good for Your Pelvic Floor?

Pilates is a popular form of exercise that focuses on strengthening the core muscles, improving flexibility, and promoting overall body awareness. In recent years, pilates

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Tips for a Healthier Relationship With Your Phone

How long do you spend staring at a screen every day? According to one report, the average person spends about seven hours a day on

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How to be smarter, faster and stronger by sleeping more

If the average person lives to be 75 years’ old, they will spend about 25 years of their life asleep. It’s perplexing to think that one-third

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