• Women's sporting injuries

    These 3 women's sporting injuries are hard to avoid

    Don't get taken out of the action - here are the sporting injuries you should watch out for.
    • Fitness
    31 August 2017
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    Ask a Physio - Walking and Running for Health

    CBHS sits down with Michael Rizk, a physiotherapy specialist and owner of iMove physiotherapy clinics to talk all things walking and running.
    • Fitness
    17 May 2017
  • Fitness App

    The best tech to measure your health and fitness goals

    Achieving goals requires measurement, so get the latest and greatest tech to help you keep track of your progress.
    • Fitness
    17 May 2017
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    The link between body odour and health

    Ever wondered why we smell sometimes? Read on to find out why!
    • Fitness
    17 May 2017
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    Ways to save money on your gym membership

    Pump iron without pumping your wallet - the best tips and tricks to save cash while getting fit!
    • Fitness
    17 May 2017
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    What you need to do before hitting the gym

    Some of us are slow burners. As tired as the ‘I’ll go tomorrow’ cliché is, there are those who will go tomorrow, just after they’ve done a bit more reading, a bit more research, and have decided that, yes, the gym is a good place for them to work on some health goals.
    • Fitness
    27 March 2017
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    How sustained exercise can improve mental health

    We all know that regular exercise will improve your life. Exercise helps control weight, combats health conditions and diseases, improves your mood, boosts energy, promotes better sleep and is an enjoyable thing to do. But did you know that exercise can help improve your learning and memory?
    • Fitness
    21 July 2016
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    The many health benefits of hiking

    There’s no doubt that consistent physical activity has positive effects on your health. Along with lowering your risk for certain diseases and health conditions, physical activity helps you reduce body fat and maintain a healthy body weight.
    • Fitness
    21 July 2016
  • Sports injuries – horse racing

    Which sports send the most Australians to hospital?

    The benefits of playing sport are well-documented, from contributing to the economy to keeping us fit. But while sport can make us healthier and reduce our health care costs, some sports can be dangerous and result in serious injury.
    • Fitness
    16 June 2016
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    Australia’s favourite winter sports

    It’s that time of year to decide which winter sports you and the kids will do, with registration for most happening in March and April. Check out some of your options here
    • Fitness
    10 March 2016
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    15 amazing hiking trails in Australia

    When it comes to hiking destinations, Australia really is spoilt for choice. Whether you’re looking for an intense hike or a leisurely stroll, there is a wide range of options suited to entice walkers of all aims, levels and abilities.
    • Fitness
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    11 February 2016
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    Fitness trends: what to expect in 2016

    According to Gawker, 2014 was the year of pain. In 2015, it shifted to a new focus: free fitness. What will the new year bring? 2016 will have a greater focus on
    • Fitness
    11 January 2016
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    Get fit this summer with these 15 tips

    The mad fitness rush in the weeks leading up to summer is often focussed on women eager to achieve a “bikini bod”, but women are not alone in their quest to look beach-ready. Many m
    • Fitness
    2 November 2015
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    How to Stay Active When it’s Cold Outside

    Winter is here! Are you finding it hard staying motivated to exercise? Thankfully, there are a number of ways to stay active in the comfort of your own home.
    • Fitness
    4 August 2015
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    Does BMI Matter When it Comes to Cancer?

    Can a high Body Mass Index lead to a higher risk of cancer? We’ve done some research and have found that you are more at risk of certain types of cancer if you are classified as overweight or obese. Find out more here.
    • Fitness
    11 June 2015
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    Are humans designed to walk and not run?

    There’s been a lot of talk recently about whether running or walking is better for you, so we decided to take a look at the research. Here’s what we found.
    • Fitness
    13 April 2015