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Sitting: Australia’s Biggest Killer

Deaths in 2015:

o Sharks: 2 deaths
o Saltwater crocodile: 1 death
o Motor vehicle: 1209 deaths
o Comfy sofa and office chair: 7000+

We live in a society where most of us now sit for the majority of the day. We wake up, sit to eat breakfast, we sit on the way to work, sit at work, sit at […]

By |December 17th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research, Physiotherapy, Pilates|0 Comments

Create Something: 0 to 1

I’d like to share a personal (and collective) success story with you. The recent development of an idea – where we saw a gap, took a risk, reached for the stars and are reaping the rewards.

The reward in this instance is satisfaction. Satisfaction that we are seeing so many personal success stories around us and […]

By |November 29th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research, Physiotherapy, Pilates|0 Comments

Strength training for children and adolescents

Why it is important to encourage young people to be physically active.

Not only does a sedentary lifestyle early in life appear to track into adulthood, a physically active lifestyle during childhood and adolescence may help to prevent many chronic diseases later in life. It has been recommended that children and adolescents be physically active on […]

By |April 28th, 2016|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research, Physiotherapy|0 Comments

Advanz pushing new treatment boundaries with LJ Lee and Connect Therapy

The team at Advanz Therapies pride ourselves on offering the most up to date treatment services and information to our clients based on best current clinical research. Possibly the most exciting work being done in the world of therapy at the moment is the work being done by LJ Lee, a Canadian Physiotherapist. Her connect […]

By |December 6th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Latest Research, Physiotherapy|0 Comments

Nutritional information for weight maintenance or weight loss – (by Pet Carige – sports dietitian)

Click the link to article below for information on weight maintenance and loss.

FFS Weight Mantenance-Young Athletes-2

By |January 29th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research|0 Comments

OFF SEASON MUSCLE GAIN – Peta Carige

Click on the link below to learn about muscle gain techniques for pre-season!

FFS Off Season Muscle Gain – Young Athletes FFS Weight Mantenance-Young Athletes-2

By |January 28th, 2015|Categories: Blog, Exercise and training, Latest Research|0 Comments

Physical Training for surfers – Johnny Gannon chats with Advanz Therapies

Who is helping professional surfers reach new levels of performance and how does it all work? 



 

Surfing is a sport arguably going through the fastest rate of change in comparison with any other. Board design, has no doubt played a huge role in this as have some major players who have widened the imaginary scope […]

By |September 18th, 2014|Categories: Exercise and training, Latest Research|0 Comments

Pilates – A brief overview

PILATES has become a common place term synonymous with fitness and core strength, but what really is Pilates?? Advanz Therapies explores the history of Pilates and how it has evolved.  We try and answer if and why it is a good source of exercise for you.

Pilates originated in the  USA with german born Joseph Pilates, […]

By |September 6th, 2014|Categories: Latest Research, Pilates|0 Comments

Clinical Pilates – What is it??

Advanz Therapies Interviews Scott Thomson

What is clinical pilates?
Clinical Pilates is a unique and individually tailored treatment method that is very different from the generic or Fitness Pilates. It is used in conjunction with mainstream physiotherapy techniques and designed to find and fix the root cause of an injury, not just the injury itself.
What are its […]

By |August 26th, 2014|Categories: Exercise and training, Latest Research, Pilates|0 Comments

Running Technique – How and why.

This article is a PDF powerpoint presentation and is therefore too big for placement on the website.

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By |July 28th, 2014|Categories: Exercise and training, Latest Research|0 Comments